Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index U.S. Log In Log In Today’s Paper U.S. | Hurricane Dorian Updates: Storm Intensifies, and Plots a Turn Advertisement Supported by The storm is now a Category 4 storm forecast to sweep up the Florida coast on Tuesday. ByThe New York Times Aug. 31, 2019 Updated 3:08 p.m. ET Here’s what you need to know: The storm is getting stronger, and its forecast has it turning north. Dorian is expected to hit the northwestern Bahamas on Sunday. It’s too soon for Floridians to let their guard down. The storm is putting forecasters to the test. South Florida is full of valuable art. Crews are rushing to protect it. The storm is getting stronger, and its forecast has it turning north. Hurricane Dorian is rapidly gaining strength as it swirls toward the United States, and forecasters on Saturday were projecting a sharp swerve north along Florida’s eastern coast before it comes ashore. The storm could now make landfall in Georgia or the Carolinas as late as Thursday after losing some of its strength. It was good news for Floridians, who could now be spared a direct hit. But the powerful storm is… Read full this story
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