Dorian takes aim at FOUR STATES: Trump warns hurricane will be ‘one of the biggest in decades’ as millions in Florida, Georgia AND the Carolinas brace for monster storm that’s set to be a CATEGORY 5 when it reaches the East Coast on Labor Day

Saturday, August 31, 2019
By Paul Martin

Georgia and the Carolinas now fear Hurricane Dorian could wreak havoc across the region by late Monday
Florida is braced for a glancing blow from the Category 4 storm with models pointing to it moving further east
The storm’s maximum sustained winds increased on Friday morning to near 110mph near the Bahamas
Dorian became an extremely dangerous Category 4 storm on Friday night and is gaining momentum
The Trump administration said it is preparing for Dorian’s arrival by shipping supplies to affected areas
Meteorologists say the storm could be comparable to Hurricane Andrew, which devastated Florida in 1992
Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency for all of Florida’s 67 counties on Thursday
Some meteorologists warned that Dorian could hit as a Category 5 because it has developed an eye

31 August 2019

States of emergencies have been declared in Georgia and the Carolinas as fears rise that Hurricane Dorian could make landfall there wreaking havoc across the region – while Florida braces itself to skirt the eye of the Category 4 storm.

Weather agencies warn the storm could reach category 5 by Labor Day, as the fearsome hurricane gains new muscle that will threaten Florida’s peninsula with winds of up to 145 mph by late Monday or early Tuesday.

But the National Hurricane Center in Miami cautioned that its meteorologists remain uncertain whether Dorian would make a devastating direct strike on the state’s east coast or inflict a glancing blow, as the consensus path now has the storm headed for landfall near the South Carolina and Georgia border, potentially just grazing Florida.

‘Excellent news for Florida this Saturday morning. The official forecast from NHC and the latest model forecasts are pointing toward an offshore Florida track as dangerous Dorian approaches,’ said WOFL-Fox 35 meteorologist Jayme King.

‘We’re not out of the woods by any stretch, this needs to be watched and all Central Floridians need to be on guard until the storm rides north of our location.’

President Trump tweeted: ‘Looking like our great South Carolina could get hit MUCH harder than first thought. Georgia and North Carolina also. It’s moving around and very hard to predict, except that it is one of the biggest and strongest (and really wide) that we have seen in decades. Be safe!’

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