Hurricane Dorian could hit U.S. as CAT 4 (ASL – 8.29.19)
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Hurricane Dorian is expected to be a Category 4 storm when it hits the Florida coast Labor Day weekend.
Forecasters say Dorian’s winds could reach up to 115 mph.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has already declared a state of emergency and is calling on residents of the coast to be prepared.
Officials recommend residents take active preparations by stocking up on food, water and medicine, knowing the shelters in your area and knowing evacuation routes.
Residents are urged to heed evacuation calls.
Dorian brought heavy winds to the Virgin Islands, knocking down trees and power lines.
One hurricane-related death was reported in Puerto Rico when a man fell from his roof as he was preparing for the storm.
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