Nearly all of Florida is still in the "cone of uncertainty" for Tropical Storm Fred. As the storm passes over Hispaniola, the National Hurricane Center still has Central Florida in its representation of a potential path for the storm.
The storm is expected to weaken as it moves over that Caribbean island, with both the land mass and shear weakening the storm. However, forecasters believe the storm could reintensify once it gets over the Gulf of Mexico.
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