General Disaster Info, Storm Dorian: August 30 - September 7, 2019

 

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September 8, 2019 11:22 a.m. EST:  As part of my WEMA Live Desk 24/7, I, too, saw the same forecast track of Hurricane Dorian as described by President Trump. The WEMA Forecast Model (8/30/19), however, provided a different track direction that would be more northern and missing most communities of Florida, therefore, also, Alabama and Louisiana. ### (End of live reports of this extreme storm.) šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ

 

 

 

 

 

September 7, 2019 3:30 p.m. EST: WEMA Local Extreme Weather, Announcement: Due to local flooding, special WEMA local weather alert (Annapolis, Maryland) higher tide actions than normal expected 8 p.m. - 6 a.m., affected community: Dock Street and nearby local communities.šŸŒŠ

 

_As of September 6, 2019 5:24 p.m. EST

The long extreme-storm named Hurricane Dorian is still a Category 1 and no longer on the shorelines of the east coast.  Its current path is headed towards Nova Scotia. You are encouraged to give to storm-victims once you have been given--as the Word of God declares to all who believe in the one true God of us all.  

 

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Hopefully, this will be the last reporting of an extreme storm until I move and unpack and set up my home office again. As I am currently, making relocation arrangements to reside in my hometown area again on the Eastern Shore--after concluding a simple divorce of adultery (February, 2007).  My biological kids, other millennials, and I are really looking forward to it and praying daily for peace with such things. I wish that my kids would have remained with me, while living in Georgia, so that they, too, could have enjoyed the southern-style of culture and extended family experiences as much as I appreciated it. For the people who raised me all throughout my years before an adult, my grandparents, are gone y'all. Gone.šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ

 

_As of September 6, 2019 10:50 a.m. EST

Hurricane Dorian is now a Category 1 storm (90 mph winds), and has now made landfall in several  local communities of North Carolina and Virginia.  There are over 40,000 North Carolina families without power. It will be late this evening before the major activity of the extreme storm will be experienced by Marylanders or its continued northern pattern track.

 

There are now other extreme storms out at sea that are being watched.  Again, other east-coast tropical-storm announcements are now being mentioned. Update @ 12:14 p.m.: There are two extreme storms out in the Pacific [ocean]. There are four extreme storms out in the Atlantic [ocean].

 

WEMA Extreme Weather Model, Announcement: Expect for these new tropical storms to become extreme storm hurricanes in the matter of a next couple of days.

 

Update @ 2 p.m. EST: WEMA Local Extreme Weather, Announcement: Due to local flooding, special WEMA local weather alerts (Annapolis, Maryland) will begin Friday evening - Sunday mid-morning, or earlier if necessary. Annapolis families, who live near the dock, over 3 feet of flood waters (above a tire of a standard vehicle) is expected. With hurricanes, also come tornadoes (watches and warnings). Also, expect localized tornadoes in eastern Maryland communities. šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ

 

_As of September 5, 2019 2:14 p.m. EST

Hurricane Dorian is now a Category 2 storm.  There are over 220,000 families, individuals, and businesses without electric power in the Carolinas. Most of downtown Charleston, South Carolina is flooded (flash floods above a typical tire of a standard vehicle).šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ

 

_As of September 5, 2019 7:49 a.m. EST

Hurricane Dorian is now a Category 3 storm. It is now near the shorelines of South Carolina, and rains are happening in nearby communities. The local communities are now experiencing tornado warnings (until 8:15 p.m.) and watches. Storm surge is now 3 ft (above the tire of a standard vehicle). Families are requested to stay away from windows and stay in safe places within their dwelling places--such as second-floor levels or bathrooms if necessary.  Families are cautioned to be aware of fallen tree and power lines.

 

Carolinas, now is the time to charge up your devices, and gather items for kids to play with during the storm. Expect several inches of rain (up to 8 feet possible) and winds up to 115 mph. Charleston, SC families, during high tide, expect major flooding in the community.        

 

Families in the affected areas of Georgia and the Carolinas, your local U-Haul company brand is offering free 30-day storage units. Click Here to view current available storage units. šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ

 

_As of September 2, 2019 2:05 p.m. EST

Hurricane Dorian is now a Category 4 storm with harsh winds similar to winds during winter's blizzard storms. It is on a path near the shorelines of Florida and South Georgia. The Bahamas areas currently affected are Elbow Cay; Marsh Harbour; Great Abaco Island; and, Grand Bahama Island. Florida and S. Georgia families should begin listening to local news or announcements for mandatory community evacuations and evacuation routes: State of Florida website; State of Georgia website.

 

Click here to view flights offering a waiver due to the extreme storm.  

 

Click here to view Lyft-rideshare service's coupon for a free ride to a local shelter in Florida and South Carolina šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ

 

_As of September 1, 2019 4:12 p.m. EST

Airbnb Is Offering Free Temporary Housing in Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas. Click here to obtain temporary housing or to offer temporary housing.  šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ

 

_As of September, 1, 2019 1:46 p.m. EST

Hurricane Dorian, still a Category 5, has slowed down and is still located in areas of the Bahamas.  Harsh winds experienced now at 165 mph, and areas of severe flooding (covering the roof of standard vehicles) in the affected local community. 

 

North Carolina has now declared a state of emergency which means shelters, feeding the masses, and other resources are making ready to respond.šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ

 

_As of September, 1, 2019 1:00 p.m. EST

Hurricane Dorian, at a Category 5/6, made landfall on Abaco Islands in the Bahamas. Harsh winds experienced (185 mph), and high waves that are now causing severe flooding (just above top of car-vehicle tires) in parts of the affected local community.  šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ
 

_As of August 31, 2019 12:48 p.m. EST

Florida families, local U-Haul company brand is offering free 30-day storage units. Click Here to view current available storage units. šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ

 

_As of August 30, 2019 9:37 p.m. EST

High winds and torrential rains expected in local communities of a few southeastern states. It's a big storm out in the warm oceans right now with mandatory evacuations of communities announced, ongoing. In parts of Florida, there are over 60% of community gas stations which currently have no fuel for its local citizens. If possible, use a gas app to check which gas stations are available. Storm Category Range: Category 1 - 5/6. 

 

*NEW! The WEMA Hurricane Storm Track Forecast Model
Storm Name, Dorian: "I believe it will barely travel near eastern coastal areas of Florida, local communities near southern areas of Georgia, and take a northeastern track/upwards causing winds and extreme rains with an upward track passing through a few local communities of Georgia, South Carolina, and perhaps areas of North Carolina shore lines. (8/30/19)

Please note that this model may not be reliable of the storm pattern. This extreme storm model track is simply my hypothesis or my personal calculation of the current storm, through many years of paying attention to severe storms and hurricane patterns as they pass through local communities." -Sherlene

Current Storm: "Hurricane Dorian" (August 30 - Ongoing) Anticipate Category 1 - 4 winds, rains, and flooding that will be experienced in pattern areas announced by your local weather, and rains and clouds will also be experienced in neighboring states of the storm track.) šŸŒ€ā˜ļøšŸŒ¦ļøšŸŒŠ

 

 

 

 

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