(Worthy News) - Hurricane Dorian will not make landfall over the U.S., according to the official track forecast from the National Hurricane Center in its 11 p.m. advisory Sunday.
Yet Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas remain at risk. The agency cautioned against focusing on the "exact track" and that a "small deviation to the left of the track could bring the intense core of the hurricane and its dangerous winds closer to or onto the Florida coast."
Dorian has shown remarkable resiliency as it stayed a strong Category 5 hurricane with 185 miles per hour maximum sustained winds for most of the day, battering the northern Bahamas. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More...) ]
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