The United States has been hit by three Category 5 hurricanes in just the past two years. Could Dorian be the 4th? No! While Dorian made 3 landfalls in the Bahamas as a Category 5 storm it has since weakened on its slow trek to the north and has still not made landfall in the US. If it does make landfall it would probably be as a Category 1 or 2 storm.
President Trump (I can’t make this stuff up!) has continued to batter forecasters and insist that he was not wrong in sending out alarms to residents of Alabama last week.
With all due respect, Mr. President, you made a big deal about this! In fact, the “lightweight reporter” you referenced in your own tweet is actually a 58 year old Baptist pastor in Kentucky. I’m guessing he never dreamed you’d mock him in one of your incessant tweets.
My advice is to trust the experts and consider their advice seriously before making statements you may regret, but would never apologize for. I’m not talking just about the weather either. C’mon man!
I just had to get that off my chest! And by the way, way to keep it classy Johnathan Carl!
Thanks for staying patient if you came here just for the weather.
The mouth of the Chesapeake Bay is now under a tropical storm warning and the Wicomico County area is now under a tropical storm watch. The latest briefings from the National Hurricane Center indicate that showers could enter our area late tomorrow. The potential exists for high winds, windswept rain, and possible flooding for Delmarva into Friday. Residents are urged to pay attention to local authorities as Hurricane Dorian continues its slow path towards our area.
We should have a better idea of what to expect by tomorrow afternoon.
A friendly reminder is that nobody knows exactly where Dorian is headed. I would suggest erring on the side of caution