TS Erika is moving right along, possibly heading for the Bahamas and Florida; it's going west and could become a category 1 hurricane.
8-28-15: Erika is moving WNW, and the track has shifted east. The spaghetti models are pretty much clustered now and moving up the peninsula. It may or may not become a hurricane; there's dry air, wind shear, and mountains, but then there's warm water after that.
8-29-15: Erika has dissipated, though it will be giving us more rain later. (We have another low dumping rain on us as I report.) The spaghetti models have shifted west.
8-30-15: Erika's remnants are bringing Forida rain, though we didn't get any here today. More is expected tomorrow--and the next day(s).
8-31-15: We still haven't gotten any rain from that leftover moisture, but it's wandering around the peninsula, and we're still expected to get some later.