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Hurricane Dorian Last: Category 4 is possible when a storm hits the Florida coast – latest runway, road, weather and models



Hurricane Dorian expected to hit Florida as a Category 4 storm

Hurricane Dorian Quick Facts:

  • Dorian, now a Category 3 storm, is expected to escalate to Category 4 before it makes landfall of Florida at the end of Monday or
  • The state of emergency is in effect throughout Florida and 12 counties in Georgia.
  • The storm may be the strongest to hit Florida after Hurricane Andrew in 1
    992.
  • As of 5pm ET Friday, the storm was located about 595 miles east of West Palm Beach, Florida.
  • A hurricane warning for the northwestern Bahamas is in effect.

Hurricane Dorian reached Category 3 intensity on Friday, and forecasters said it would only intensify before striking the Florida coast next week, possibly as a Category 4 storm. More than 20 million Americans could feel the impact of the storm .

The east coast of Florida supports what may be its most powerful storm in 27 years. Drought is expected to occur late Monday or early Tuesday. Georgia, North and South Carolina are also on the lookout.

As of 5:00 PM EDT on Friday, downtown Dorian was about 20 miles east of northwestern Bahamas and about 595 miles east of West Palm Beach, Florida, the hurricane center reported. Dorian was moving at 9 mph and had maximum sustained winds of 115 mph.

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This image shows the forecast path of Hurricane Dorian on Friday, August 30, 2019

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The Wildlife Center finds shelters for 400 animals

The South Florida Wildlife Center is in hurricane preparation mode. The center finds foster homes for more than 400 animal patients who care or release them back into the wild before Dorian makes landfall, according to CBS Miami.

The South Florida Wildlife Center is a non-profit, treating organization. injured and orphaned animals – everything from ducks to owls, squirrels and more.

When Wildlife Rehabilitation Director Dr. Renata Schneider arrived at work on Friday morning, there were 411 animals in the property, but this number is already slightly smaller

"We are actively releasing everything that is ready for release or very close to release because animals have an incredible instinct for what to do in the wild and are safer to be free than caged, but by the end of the day, if you have not been released, you are definitely going to a foster home care, "says Dr. Schneider.

More than 300 active to [19659010] If you find an animal in need of help, the Center will ask you to make sure it is open and able to receive patients before bringing orphans. or injured wildlife in the center Click here for more information on the South Florida Wildlife Center in Fort Lauderdale

– CBS Miami's Lisa Petrilo of Fort Lauderdale.

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Squirrel from the Wildlife Center in South Florida.

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668,000 homes in Florida are at risk

Hurricane Dorian threatens approximately $ 150 billion in Florida real estate, including 668,000 homes, according to CoreLogic, which estimates disaster losses, and only about one-third of those Floridians have flood insurance policies. The Miami area could suffer up to $ 85 billion in losses if it takes a hit from Dorian.

As with all hurricanes, many variables come into play in risk assessment. One is the Bermuda Peak, a subtropical, high-pressure area that can push Dorian to Miami instead of its current destination, Port St. Lucie. If Dorian gets stronger, it could even go on to Cape Canaveral, Jacksonville and Georgia, or even North and South Carolina, according to CoreLogic meteorologist David Betten.

Read more about forecasts here. [19659010] – Ed Lifeld

"Every year gets worse": Residents facing long supply lines

There is plenty of time to prepare for Hurricane Dorian, but not enough supplies. James Schuchard got up at 5:00 PM to buy a generator and gas tanks. "I've been here for almost 30 years and it gets worse every year," he said.

The uncertainty of where Dorian will land has people on the east coast of Florida hugged down. Across the country, residents face long lines of gas stations and fuel shortages. In Miami, nearly half of its gas stations have run out of fuel on Friday.

Families also wait for hours for sandbags, and food and water take off from shelves. In the meantime, government officials are checking seniors' homes to make sure they have generators after 12 people died in 2017, when Hurricane Irma knocked out power at a nursing home.

– Reported by Mireille Villarreal from Port Canaveral, Florida.

Florida residents face long lines and fuel shortages before Dorian

Mar-a-Lago can handle it alone: ​​Trump's resort may be in the midst of a storm

Western Resort Palm Beach by President Trump Mar-a- According to forecasts, the National Lagoon Hurricane Center may be in Dorian's direct route. The storm is expected to make the Florida drought a dangerous Category 4 storm, meaning there will be maximum sustained winds of at least 130 mph.

Mar-a-Lago is currently closed for the summer season. The historic house, built in 1927, is located on 17.5 acres between the Atlantic Ocean and the inland waterway, according to the Palm Beach Post.

Mar-a-Lago has been on the road of major storms before, including the 2017 Hurricane Irma, which has caused some roof damage and leaks.

Mr. Trump told reporters Friday afternoon that "it seems like Mar-a-Lago is a dead center," but "Mar-a-Lago can handle it alone." He said he was worried about the entire state of Florida.

Mr. Trump has canceled a planned trip through Poland to deal with the hurricane.

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President Trump's Mar-a-Lago Resort is visible on April 03, 2019 in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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Hurricane Warning issued for the Bahamas

A hurricane warning has been issued for the northwestern Bahamas, meaning that hurricane conditions are expected in the next 36 hours. At 5:00 PM ET, the storm is located about 420 miles east of the Northwest Bahamas and about 595 miles east of West Palm Beach, Florida.

Maximum sustained winds are still 115 mph, meaning it is still a Category 3 storm.

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Workers board a storefront in Freeport, Bahamas, at Friday, August 30, 2019

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Florida Governor contacts White House

Florida Governor Ron Desantis says he has been in contact with White House officials, saying at a press conference that he is in contact with "half of the President's office" [19659010] DeSantis said he estimates President Trump has canceled his trip to Poland to deal with the hurricane. "I think a lot of people realize this is serious," Desantis said. Florida Extended Hotspots in Florida

Florida Gov. Ron Desantes issued a message Friday that Comcast will open a 200,000-nationwide WiFi WiFi hotspot for anyone, even non-customers, for free to help residents and emergency personnel stay connected.

The Florida Department of Enforcement will set up a mobile communications team to ensure emergency communication during a storm.

DeSantis also said that the Florida Highway Patrol would accompany fuel trucks to ensure that the fuel reaches "critical areas".

DeSantis stated that 99.6% of nursing homes have a generator or have tidy devices. Three days after Hurricane Irma struck in 2017, four residents died in a nursing home in South Florida. Another four residents died shortly after the nursing home was evacuated. And four more died in the days and weeks to come. The Broward County Medical Examiner denied the deaths as homicides.

In addition, DeSantis stated that 95.6% of assisted living facilities have an on-site generator.

Dorian is already a Category 3 storm

Dorian has increased to a Category 3 storm on Friday afternoon with a maximum sustained wind of 115 mph, the National Hurricane Center reported. Dorian has already been classified as a "major hurricane" and is expected to remain an "extremely dangerous major hurricane" as it approaches the Florida Peninsula.

Tropical storm conditions are possible in the northwestern Bahamas by Saturday evening or Sunday morning, which are then expected to turn into hurricane conditions as the storm approaches Sunday. The National Weather Service has warned a life-threatening storm surge will raise water levels by up to 10 to 15 feet above normal tide levels in areas in the northwest of the Bahamas.

Life-threatening surf and tear conditions are expected as swelling is likely to begin to affect the eastern shores of the Bahamas, the eastern coast of Florida, and the southeastern United States in the next few days. Up to 18 inches of rain can hit the Southeastern United States, with six to 12 inches expected.

Construction cranes are a problem in Miami

Construction cranes are a major concern as the hurricane heads to Florida

The major boom in construction in Miami has raised concerns about the safety of cranes when Dorian struck, CBS Miami reported. The strong wind of Hurricane Irma released three cranes at construction sites in South Florida in 2017.

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said the city is taking aggressive steps regarding crane safety. He said the companies had been told that the cranes should be secured before the storm arrives and anyone who fails to do so would face serious fines.

"We have already informed the crane operators and contractors that they should provide their cranes," Suarez said. "We saw clearly during Hurricane Irma that we had numerous cranes that failed and posed a huge danger to our residents."

Miami resident Jake Edelstein said he was concerned about cranes and what winds from Hurricane Dorian could do. Edelstein is renting an apartment in downtown Miami, not far from where 3 cranes collapsed in September 2017 after Hurricane Irma.

"In the past, cranes have fallen in South Florida and they are building so much here and I'm so concerned about a hurricane of this size," Edelstein said. "My biggest concern in this neighborhood is that I live on Biscayne Boulevard and that which could potentially happen. "

Mark Price also hopes that all cranes in the area he lives in and around Miami-Dade will be properly secured." Of course, I realize that there must be a high standard and I know they are doing the preparation, but it is difficult with the time they can do. I know the process is expensive and time consuming, it's a puzzle, "Price said.

It's never too early to start preparing a hurricane kit

The National Weather Service encourages anyone who's in the wake of the storm that it's "never too early" to start preparing a hurricane kit. [19659010] CBS News has gathered some emergency preparedness tips for people and pets, as well as a checklist of supplies to have under hand before the big storm arrives.

What supplies do you need to help

Before potentially devastating storms during this hurricane season, the Red Cross recommends that you have on hand the following supplies:

  • Water: At least 3 days supply; one gallon per person per day
  • : At least 3-day delivery of non-perishable, easy-to-prepare foods
  • Flashlight
  • Radio with battery or manual curve (NOAA Weather Radio if possible)
  • Extra batteries
  • First aid kit [19659004] Medications (7-day supply) and medical devices (hearing aids with extra batteries, glasses, horse tact lenses, syringes, reeds)
  • Multifunctional tool [19659004] Copies of personal documents (insurance policies, birth certificates, leases or home certificates)
  • Sanitary articles
  • Emergency blankets
  • Insect repellent and sunscreen
  • Baby supplies (bottles, formula, baby food, diapers)
  • Rain gear
"You need to prepare": Former Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal shares90 [909] ] University of Miami to stop k rsovete until Wednesday

University of Miami, he has canceled classes in coral gables, marine and medical campuses beginning at noon on Friday, August 30 to Tuesday, September 3.

The university also stated that it was placing storm shutters in place and positioning sandbags near doors on these three campuses.

Their emergency hotline is set up: 1 -800-227-0354

Florida Governor deploying National Guard troops

Florida Governor Ron Desantis tweets of the Florida National Guard's 2,500 troops as state braces for Hurricane Dorian. [19659010] He added: "I encourage all Floridians to continue to observe and obey all warnings."

Trump posts video about "Monster" Dorian

President Trump posts a video on Twitter Florida residents to prepare for Hurricane Dorian while the government makes its own preparations.

In a video released Thursday night by the White House Rose Garden, Mr. Trump said Dorian initially turned out to be a small storm, but has grown

. Trump said, "It looks like he can be an absolute monster." Florida 1965 Energy Company Provides 13,000 Workers

Florida Power and Light activated its emergency response team Thursday, providing nearly 13,000 workers to help restore power. The state's largest energy company also urged customers to prepare for possible power outages.

"We are actively working with other utilities across the United States to provide additional crews and equipment and resources for pre-positioning prior to the storm, so that we are ready to respond as soon as it is safe to do so," Eric Silagi, President and CEO of Florida Power and Light.

Georgia declares state of emergency in 12 counties

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has declares a state of emergency for 12 counties along the state's coastline. The declaration that Thursday, releases state resources and prohibits raising prices for goods and services.

Air Force evacuates aircraft at MacDill Air Force

US Air Force evacuates KC-135 aircraft at MacDill Air Force Base at MacDill Air Force Base CBS affiliate WTSP-TV reported that the aircraft were evacuated as a precautionary measure and are expected to return when the storm passes. Officials do not expect to evacuate personnel and personnel from the facility.

"The safety of our service members, families and aircraft is paramount," says Colonel Stephen Snelson.

Rolling Stones Reassign Florida Performance

Rolling Stone fans in South Florida will be able to get some satisfaction just a day earlier than originally planned, CBS Miami reported. The Rolling Stones concert scheduled for Saturday, August 31 at Hard Rock Stadium is moving forward Friday night, August 30 because of the storm.

All tickets will be awarded for the new date. Miami is the last stop on the Rolling Stones' Filterless Tour, which is already delayed once Mick Jagger underwent heart surgery.

Kennedy Space Center is preparing for Dorian

NASA government officials and contractors at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida are preparing for high winds and rain from Dorian. Before the storm, they provided rocket stages, spacecraft assembly areas, and even pulled out a 6.7 million kilogram mobile launcher designed for the huge rocket built for Artemis' lunar program, back to the cavern building for conservation vehicles.

Високата костна конструкция с височина 355 фута, носена на клек от транспортер-гусенич-епоха от епоха Аполон, е планирана да започне пътуването на 4,2 мили от стартовия комплекс 39B обратно до защитата на VAB в зората петък – пътуване

VAB е проектиран да издържа на ветрове от 125 мили в час без големи щети. Най-високият вятър, регистриран някога на морските пускови площадки на НАСА по време на по-ранен ураган, беше около 115 мили / ч.

– Бил Харвуд

Тръмп отменя пътуването на Полша преди бурята

Президентът Тръмп в четвъртък отмени пътуването си до Полша пред бурята. Г-н Тръмп направи това съобщение по време на събитието в Белия дом, с което стартира Космическото командване на САЩ.

„За да гарантирам, че всички ресурси на федералното правителство са съсредоточени върху пристигащата буря, реших да изпратя нашия вицепрезидент Майк Пенс в Полша този уикенд на мое място ", каза президентът. „За мен е нещо много важно да бъда тук.“

Г-н. Тръмп каза, че ще отмени пътуването си в Полша за някакъв момент в не толкова далечното бъдеще.

Очаква се ураганът Дориан да удари Флорида като буря от категория 4

Жителите се запасяват, докато други напускат града

Някои жители на Флорида запасяват провизии, а други о аковат и напускат държавата преди бурята. Рафтовете бяха празни в един Publix в град Лейк Уърт

"Имаме три деца вкъщи и котка и просто се опитваме да се подготвим. Бяхме много спокойни, но всички влизаме в нея, така че искахме да се уверим, че имаме подготвени, "каза жителката Кари Дорман пред CBS Маями.

Други планираха да напуснат. Томи Лигори и дъщеря му се опитваха да се върнат в Ню Йорк, без да искат да се придържат, за да видят къде свършва Дориан.

„За съжаление се обадих тази сутрин, за да видя дали можем да излезем от полетите и всичко беше резервирано. И полетите, които намерих, за съжаление бяха доста високи и не можахме да си го позволим, така че трябва да поемем по маршрута и да се върнем обр атно ", каза Лигори.

 Ураган Дориан
Купувачите стоят на опашка в очакване на вижте в Costco преди урагана Дориан на 29 август 2019 г. в Дави, Флорида.

Bryn Anderson / AP

                      

НАСА заснема изображения на Дориан от космоса

Видео от Международната космическа станция показва буря от категория 1 около 1:05 ч. ET, докато се движеше през Атлантическия океан и на север от Пуерто Рико. Космическата станция сподели видео в официалния си акаунт в Twitter в четвъртък.

– Питър Мартинес

83 полета в САЩ отменени

Авиокомпаниите са отменили 83 полета до, от и в САЩ, според FlightAware. МС. Седемдесет и осем полета са отменени в четвъртък, а пет са отменени за петък

Броят на отмените трябва да се увеличи по-близо до понеделник сутринта, тъй като Дориан прави сушата на източното крайбрежие на Флорида. Очаквайте полетите до и от Орландо, Маями и други летища в този район да бъдат най-засегнати.

– Крис Ван Клийв

Губернаторът на Флорида обявява извънредно положение

Губернаторът на Флорида Рон Десантис обяви щат на извънредния четвъртък за всички 67 окръзи на щата. В сряда той обяви извънредно положение само за графства, които се очакваше да бъдат по пътя на Дориан.

ДеСантис насърчава жителите да събират седем дни запаси, включително вода, храна и лекарства. "Ако сте на пътя на тази буря – където и да е на източния бряг на Флорида – направете си подготовка", каза той на пресконференция в четвъртък. „Вземете мерки.“

ДеСантис каза, че хората, които живеят в района, където Дориан прави сушата, трябва да очакват да загубят властта. "Ако живеете в район, който преживява наводнение, добре, че гледате на потенциална сериозна значителна вода и наводнение заради това събитие, затова се подгответе за това", каза той.

Губернаторът призова хората да слушат местните си служители и следват всички заповеди за евакуация.

Възможни са „животозастрашаващи светкавични наводнения“

Националният център за урагани предупреди в началото на четвъртък, че силните дъждове от Дориан могат да причинят "животозастрашаващи светкавични наводнения" в части на Бахамските и югоизточните брегове на САЩ.

Центърът прогнозира 2-4 инча дъжд в някои части на Бахамските острови, с шест инча на изолирани места и 4-8 инча с крак нагоре в други райони на Бахамските острови и крайбрежните югоизточни САЩ

Производителят на времето на CBS News Дейвид Паркинсън посочи, че „С нов супермон и ъгълът, от който се приближава бурята, вероятно е наводнението по крайбрежието, включително тежкото наводняване по крайбрежието. Освен това, тъй като бурята идва за сушата, изглежда, че може да загуби част от кормилните токове, "забавяйки го и в резултат на това още повече ра

Жителите на Флорида започват да събират доставки

Жителката на Маями Ланада Миънс каза, че е закупила шперплат в Home Depot в сряда, за да започне подготовката за бурята. "Дъщеря ми ме изпраща в Instagram и ме пита дали знам за бурята, а не го направих, така че дойдох тук на обедната си почивка. Утре ще е луд", каза тя пред CBS Маями.

Карол Брафман каза тя купува достатъчно консумативи за петима членове на семейството. "Те идват в къщата ми, защото имам генератор", каза тя пред CBS Маями. "Преживяхме [Hurricane] Андрю и последния отидохме на север до Каролина. Не е лесно. Никой от нас не знае."

 Флорида се подготвя за пристигането на урагана Дориан
Жител напълва газови кутии за подготовка за урагана Дориан на 29 август 2019 г. в Уинтър Спрингс, Флорида.

Херардо Мора / Гети

                      

– Джъстин Карисимо

Наводнения и прекъсвания на тока в САЩ Вирджински острови

Имаше съобщения за прекъсване на електрозахранването и наводнения в американските Вирджински острови, Британските Вирджински острови и Пуерто-Риканските острови Викес и Кулебра, предаде Асошиейтед прес. Но кметът на Кулебра Уилям Солис каза, че само една общност е загубила властта в сряда.

„Щастливи сме, защото няма щети, които трябва да се докладват“, заяви Солис пред AP.

САЩ. Губернаторът на Вирджинските острови Алберт Брайън-младши затвори училищата и правителствените служби и издаде комендантски час от сряда до 18:00 ч. В четвъртък сутринта. "Това означава, че по това време на пътя ще бъдат разрешени само служители за спешна помощ и онези, които предоставят основни услуги", казва той в изявление. „Молим за пълното сътрудничество на обществеността през това време.“

– Джъстин Карисимо

80-годишен мъж умира в Баямон

Политориканската полиция съобщи 80-годишен мъж почина в Баямон в сряда, докато той се подготвяше преди бурята, съобщи Асошиейтед прес. Жертвата паднала от покрива на дома си, след като се опитала да изчисти отломки от него.

– Джъстин Карисимо


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