Hurricane Dorian skirts Florida and Georgia coasts, but landfall in the Carolinas not out of the question

Current forecasts show the storm remaining in the Atlantic Ocean as it churns along the edge of the coasts of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.,, The Category 2 storm had sustained winds of 105 mph winds early Wednesday and as it was passing east of Cape Canaveral its rain bands moved onshore on the coast of northeastern Florida. The hurricane had slightly picked up speed, moving at 8 mph north-northwest toward Georgia’s coast, where it will dump up to 6 inches of rain. >click to read< 08:12

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