Hurricane Dorian tormenting Carolinas with flooding and tornadoes
Hurricane Dorian, now Category 2 storm, is lashing South Carolina coast, with rain and sustained winds of up to 110 m.p.h.
By Thursday evening, Hurricane Dorian was about 45 miles from Myrtle Beach, S.C., slowing down as it moved northeastward up the East Coast, according to the National Hurricane Center.
While the eye of the storm is still on the open sea, there is possible that it could make landfall on the North Carolina shore on Friday.
According to SONAR , the current speed of the hurricane is 100 m.p.h. and it is moving northeast. SONAR is FreightWaves software made for Supply Chain industry. SONAR was made available by FreightWaves for free until Sept 6, no credit card required.
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Source and credits: SONAR / freightwaves.com / iTrucker / Mario Pawlowski
Image of the current position and projected path of Hurricane Dorian from SONAR
Links to more coverage of Hurricane Dorian
- 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.
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