MIAMI (July 27, 2013)--Tropical Storm Dorian was beginning to come apart Saturday as it moved across the Atlantic, far from land.
The storm's maximum sustained winds late Friday were near 40 miles per hour and the U.S. National Hurricane Center said the storm is expected to become a remnant low in a day or so.
Dorian was centered about 1,585 miles east of the northern Leeward Islands and is moving west-northwest at near 22 miles per hour.
Meanwhile in the Pacific, Tropical Storm Flossie was maintaining its strength with maximum sustained winds near 60 miles per hour.
Flossie was centered about 1285 miles east of Hilo, Hawaii, and was moving west at near 18 miles per hour.
Neither storm now poses a threat to land.
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