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Hurricane Dorian is forecast to hit the Bahamas and near the coasts of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina over the weekend and early next week.
The storm is currently a Category 4 hurricane with winds reaching 145 mph.
Google projections no longer show the hurricane making landfall, but veering north to Savannah, Georgia.
Dorian’s path has proved difficult to predict and the National Hurricane Center says the storm’s trajectory could change.
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Hurricane Dorian, a Category 4 storm east of the Bahamas as of Saturday morning, is slowly churning towards Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina, where it is expected to bring “life-threatening storm surge and devastating hurricane-force winds” early next week after it moves over the northwestern Bahamas.
Specifically, Google projections place the hurricane’s path directly over the island of Great Abaco. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) has issued a hurricane warning for the northwestern Bahamas, where tropical-storm-force winds are expected over the weekend.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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