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.
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Source and credits:SONAR / freightwaves.com / iTrucker / Mario Pawlowski
Links to more Hurricane Dorian coverage:
- Slideshow: The freight before the storm
- South Florida feels Dorian ahead of storm
- Florida to close ports as storm approaches.
- Dorian deals near-miss in Canada-Florida freight lanes.
- Retailers, logistics providers get ready.
- FreightWaves offers SONAR for free.
- Hurricane Dorian has turned to a more northerly path aiming for Savannah GA
- Hurricane Dorian is near Florida, and logistics companies have little time left to deliver loads before is too late