Updates from Friday’s National Weather Service Special Briefing on Hurricane Dorian. Next briefing is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Saturday.
- There is still a lot of uncertainty in the forecast depending on track of the hurricane.
- If it continues on current path, we could see some impacts in North and Central Georgia by the middle to end of next week.
- The storm is expected to make landfall along south-central coast of Florida on Tuesday morning and then slow/stall along eastern seaboard before turning north/northeast into Georgia.
- Biggest impacts in Georgia will be in the South Central and East Central parts of the state.
- The forecast will become more certain throughout the weekend as the storm moves closer to making landfall.
- As of 12:30 p.m. Friday, Hurricane Dorian is a high-end Category 2 storm with wind of 110 mph. It is expected to become a major hurricane over the next day and could become Category 4 storm with 140 mph winds before making landfall in Florida.
Continuing updates on the hurricane as it targets the east coast of Florida — and maybe parts of Georgia. Dorian