Tropical Storm Erika dissipated at 830 AM CDT near Cuba Saturday morning. Now, we're continuing to watch its remnants. Wind shear has been beating up on the system...keeping it disorganized. No signs of it regenerating as of yet, and lets hope it stays that way. Regardless, Florida is in for a rainy next several days. Local15's Weather Team will keep you posted on any updates regarding Erika's remnants; so, stay tuned.
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