Hurricane Dorian may not reach U.S. coast, but remains extremely dangerous
State officials begin reversing highway lanes ahead of hurricane’s near-hit of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. While the National Hurricane Center says the storm isn’t projected to make landfall, it warns there is plenty to worry about, including tornadoes and flooding.
Hurricane Dorian will likely approach Florida’s coast late on Tuesday, September 3, leaving behind devastation the Bahamas, including at least five deaths.- According to the article from the freightwaves.com and its author
Dorian, downgraded to a Category 4 hurricane, will likely come “dangerously close” to Florida. After lingering through September 4, it is then projected to move northwest toward Georgia and South Carolina, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on September 2.- Tabak also wrote in his article
FreightWaves opened up free access to sonar where you can track Hurricane Dorian live. SONAR access will be open to all for free through September 6, 2019.
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NHC data, which is available in the FreightWaves SONAR platform, placed the storm 105 miles east of Palm Beach, Florida, with maximum sustained winds of 145 mph.
Source and credits: freightwaves.com /and 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