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We Definately don't need man/bear/pigs spinning around causing havoc.
1. Regardless of the exact track of Dorian's core, life-threatening
storm surge and dangerous winds are expected along portions of the
North Carolina coast, portions of southeast Virginia and the
southern Chesapeake Bay. Water levels could rise well in advance of
the arrival of strong winds. Residents in these areas should follow
advice given by local emergency officials.
2. Flash flooding is occurring, and will continue to become more
widespread across the eastern Carolinas and far southeast Virginia
overnight. There is a high risk of flash flooding over these
areas, where significant, life-threatening flash flooding is
Dorian is expected to slowly weaken due to increased shear and
entrainment of drier air during the next 24 h or so. After that
time, the hurricane is expected to undergo extratropical
transition and become a large and powerful post-tropical low. It is
unclear whether the transition will be complete before Dorian
reaches Nova Scotia. However, whether Dorian is a hurricane or a
hurricane-force extratropical low, it is expected to bring strong
winds, storm surge, and heavy rains to portions of Nova Scotia and
Newfoundland. The new NHC intensity forecast is little changed from
the previous forecast, and it follows the trend of the intensity
1. Life-threatening storm surge and dangerous winds will continue
along portions of the North Carolina coast, portions of southeast
Virginia and the southern Chesapeake Bay for the next several
2. Areas of flash flooding, some of which may be significant and
life-threatening, will continue into early afternoon across portions
of northeastern North Carolina into far southeast Virginia.
3. Dangerous storm surge impacts are likely in portions of the Gulf
of St. Lawrence, southwestern Newfoundland and eastern Nova Scotia
this weekend. Hurricane-force winds are also likely in Nova Scotia,
Prince Edward Island and possibly Newfoundland Saturday and Sunday.
Refer to information from the Canadian Hurricane Centre for more
information on these hazards.
originally posted by: Beapilot
a reply to: jrod
Incredible...how it just stops and sits on top of the Bahamas...restarts makes a hard right and barely grazes our coastline...
Then the skies turn purple in Florida...
Makes me wonder.