Hurricane Dorian Alert #5

Posted: Wednesday, August 28, 2019 10:00 pm

 

According to the National Hurricane Center 5 p.m. advisory on August 28, 2019, the storm has strengthened into a hurricane and Key Biscayne continues to be within the 5 day cone of uncertainty. The National Hurricane Center reports the average forecast errors at Days 4 and 5 are 150-200 miles.

 

Today, Governor Ron DeSantis declared a State of Emergency for counties in the path of Hurricane Dorian, inclusive of Miami-Dade County. 

 

The National Hurricane Center projects Hurricane Dorian will make landfall on Florida's East Coast as a major hurricane. Due to the uncertainty in the track of this storm, every resident along Florida's East Coast needs to be ready!

 

Everyone should have 7 days of supplies, including water and medicine and should have an evacuation plan.

 

Please continue to closely monitor the National Hurricane Center website for the latest storm updates.

 

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