Hurricane Dorian has made the turn northward after stalling over the Bahamas for 18 hours, and the storm’s path now brings it dangerously close to the Southeastern coast. The storm has been classified as a Category 2, a status likely to hold over the next few days. Dorian remained far enough off the Florida coast to minimize the destructive impacts, but the storm will pass much closer to Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina in the coming days. The storm is forecast to move at a crawl, dumping rain along the Southeast through Friday.
Latest track from NOAA on Hurricane Dorian
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