Sustained winds are now at 185 MPH (155 kts) and the ground speed is a
mere 6 kts. It's going to be sitting over Grand Bahama until tomorrow evening.
The damage will probably be worse than Sandy.
Surf and storm surge along the Outer Banks will cause a lot of damage all
the way to Cape Hatteras.
Hope your grandchildren arrive safely.
>The European path still shows it making a direct hit on Florida. Wind
>gusts are 220 MPH right now as it hits Abaco. My grandchildren are being
>evacuated from Charleston to here. I hope it's far enough away!
>> Wow. I wasn't surprised to read this morning that Hurricane Dorian
>> had reached category 5 status, but the latest discussion posting from NHC
>> now states that it is the strongest storm ever recorded in the northwest
>> Bahamas. Good thing it's remaining off shore.
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