At 5:00 p.m. Thursday, the trough of low pressure that was once Tropical Storm Emily was located at 19.0 north and 75.0 west. This puts the storm about 90 miles south of Port Au Prince, Haiti, or about 780 miles SE of Miami. Maximum sustained winds were holding near 40 mph with higher gusts. There is still a large area of thunderstorm activity, but the main circulation related to Emily has dissipated.
There is still a chance Emily will reemerge as a tropical storm on the other side of Cuba and Haiti. If this happens, the track of the storm would be roughly 200 miles offshore Monday morning.
Once you get to the hurricane page, click on the "Hurricane" tab on the map and turn on the "Forecast Model Tracks."
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