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Dorian regenerates into tropical depression east of Florida

No coastal watches or warnings have been issued

No coastal watches or warnings have been issued

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    Saturday, August 3, 2013, 8:27 PM -

    It's the storm that just won't quit. Dorian has regenerated into a tropical depression east of Florida. 

    The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Dorian's maximum sustained winds early Saturday are 55 km/h. The depression's centre is about 140 km east northeast of Cape Canaveral. 

    Dorian is moving north at 9 km/h, but no coastal watches or warnings are in effect. 

    Forecasters with the centre expect the tropical system to continue moving north at the same speed, with little change in strength, on Saturday, with a turn toward the northeast Sunday. 

    On Dorian's projected track, forecasters expect it to remain well off the southeast U.S. coast. 

    With files from CNN and The Associated Press

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