Mandatory evacuation of Charleston starting at noon tomorrow with lane
reversals on the interstate at the same time. We're picking up the
grandkids halfway at 10. Should be interesting. They are still predicting
zero rain here for the next 10 days.
On Sun, Sep 1, 2019 at 2:19 PM <christrask@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 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
> >> 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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