UPDATE: Dorian has now been upgraded to a Category 5 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 140 mph and is the time it’s expected to make landfall at Florida late Tuesday or Wednesday morning. A Category 5 storm is catastrophic and as of Sunday morning was taking aim at The Bahamas. The giant storm’s path has shifted, Florida may not take a direct hit. Now Georgia and the Carolina’s are in the path of this devastating storm and is gaining strength. It could be a strong Cat 5 with 150 mph winds before it makes landfall. CBS News reports the National Weather Service is warning of a possible “triple-threat of dangers” in the form of “life-threatening storm surge, devastating hurricane-force winds and heavy rain.” Residents have been urged to stock up on at least 7 days worth of supplies, including food, water, and medication. Have you ever been through a hurricane?
Hurricane Dorian A Category 5 Threatens Florida, Georgia & Carolina’s
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