Hurricane Dorian Sets Sights on Florida

Central and southeast Florida are bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Dorian, which is expected to make landfall late Monday night or early Tuesday morning along the east coast of Florida. Sustained winds are currently clocking in at 110 mph and are expected to increase. Dorian will likely be a category 4 storm when it comes ashore, the first major hurricane to strike Florida's east coast since Hurricane Andrew in 1994. Dorian will bring lots of rain as well; up to 15 inches are expected in some parts of the state.

August 30, 2019 - 2:01pm
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