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UPDATE: Tropical depression veers away from Florida

The massive system blanketing South Florida was upgraded to Tropical Storm Nicole Wednesday morning, but that doesn't mean the rain in the area is going to get heavier.

Things could clear up quicker than expected as the broad but disorganized system's center shifted Wednesday morning to the southeast, moving its track, and the worst winds and weather, out beyond the Bahamas.

Click here for the full report from the Miami Herald.

Click here for a report from The Weather Channel.

Click here for a graphic from The National Hurricane Center that shows the storm's expected path.

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