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ATLANTIC OCEAN - AUGUST 31: In this NOAA GOES-East satellite handout image, Hurricane Dorian, now a Cat. 4 storm, tracks towards the Florida coast taken at 13:40Z August 31, 2019 in the Atlantic Ocean. A hurricane warning is in effect for the northwestern Bahamas, where Dorian will arrive Sunday. According to the National Hurricane Center Dorian is predicted to hit the U.S. as a Category 4 storm. (Photo by NOAA via Getty Images)

Here are a few quick things to know about Hurricane Dorian!

-CATEGORY 2
– Winds at 115 mph
-Hurricane will move past S.Carolina around 10pm
-Up to 6 inches expected.
-Tropical Storm Warnings are still in effect in several counties in the Midlands. Along the coast, all counties are under a Hurricane Warning.
-60 miles S of Myrtle Beach
-It’s impacting cities from the Low Country to the Grand Strand causing major power outages.
-Areas along and east of I-95 will see the worst of the rain and wind. Areas along the coast will see a threat for severe weather and storm surge.

Downed/Sparking Lines: 1-888-333-4465

Gas Leaks: 1-800-815-0083

South Carolina Division of Emergency Management (www.scemd.org)

803-737-8500

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