Tropical Depression Dorian expected to weaken

Tropical Depression Dorian is expected to stay east of the S.C. coast.

MIAMI (AP) -- Tropical Depression Dorian is still moving off the east coast of Florida, but forecasters expect it to weaken.

The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Dorian is likely to weaken later Saturday. The depression's maximum sustained winds late Saturday morning were 35 mph. The depression's center was about 200 miles east of Jacksonville.

Dorian is moving northeast at 14 mph.

No coastal watches or warnings are in effect.

Forecasters say the center of the storm is expected to continue moving north at the same speed, with little change in strength, on Saturday, with a turn toward the northeast Sunday. On the storm's projected track, forecasters expect it to remain well off the southeast U.S. coast.