Tracking Hurricane Dorian


LATEST. >>THE TREND IS NOT OUR FRIEND. HURRICANE HUNTER AIRCRAFT HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATING THE STORM AND THEY ARE FINDING IT INTENSIFYING UP TO 105 MILES PER HOUR, SQUARELY WITHIN THE CATEGORY TWO RANGE. THE PRESSURE HAS DROPPED DOWN TO ABOUT 977 MILLIBARS. ONE THING IT HAS BEEN RUNNING INTO THAT HAS HINDERED THE INTENSIFICATION IS DRY AIR AND WINDSHEAR. THERE IS LESS OF THAT OFF TO THE NORTH AND THE WEST. AND ALSO INCREASINGLY WARM WATER. THIS WILL INTENSIFY INTO A MAJOR HURRICANE EVEN BY 8 TOMORROW MORNING. THE HURRICANE CENTER HAS WINDS UP TO 150 MILES PER HOUR. WATCH WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THAT. THESE ARE EYE-POPPING NUMBERS. 130 MILE PER HOUR SUSTAINED WINDS BY SATURDAY EVENING AND AS IT APPROACHES THE BAHAMAS, IT MAY MAKE LANDFALL DURING THE DAY SUNDAY. 140 MILE-PER-HOUR WINDS. NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER HAS INCREASED THE INTENSITY FORECAST THROUGH POTENTIAL LANDFALL ALONG THE FLORIDA EAST COAST. THAT WILL OCCUR LATER IN THE DAY ON LABOR DAY AND THEN THE STORM SLOWS DOWN AND THAT IS BAD NEWS. IT COULD COST A LOT OVER THE FLORIDA PENINSULA AFTER POTENTIALLY DEVASTATING THE COASTLINE WITH A STORM SURGE AND THE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS OUT THERE. DORIAN SHOULD BECOME A HURRICANE TOMORROW INCREASING THE LIKELIHOOD OF A DIRECT IT ON THE COAST. THAT

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