Hurricane Dorian still lashing the Bahamas slowly moving north

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Published by iTrucker at 03 Sep

Hurricane Dorian still lashing the Bahamas slowly moving north

Barely moving Hurricane Dorian is still lashing the Bahamas while drifting out towards Florida. With a pace, about one mile per hour is very slowly moving away from the Bahamas and northwesterly towards Florida Eastern coastline.

Downgraded to category 3 Hurricane Dorian is a still severe threat to the Eastern States including Florida, Georgia, and Carolinas.

While a wind temporary slows down to 120 miles per hour, it will pick up to around 160 MPH later on today, as it will move to the open sea. – According to the data from SONAR.

Get the live updates on Hurricane Dorian and its impact on freight movement on the east corridor and much more.  SONAR was made available by FreightWaves for free until Sept 6, no credit card required.

Logistics and trucking companies or truck drivers and owners operators may find SONAR very helpful, by checking live updates while delivering relief supplies to hurricane-affected states.

Sign up to get free SONAR access and the glimpse of this truly marvelous piece of software.

Source and credits:SONAR freightwaves.com /  iTrucker  / Mario Pawlowski  

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