Dorian Slamming into the Carolinas - Live Doppler 13 Blog

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Kelly Greene

Dorian has weakened slightly to a Category 2 with 110 mph sustained winds. It's now moving to the north-northeast at 8 mph. At 11 AM, it was located 50 miles east-southeast of Charleston, South Carolina.

Life threatening storm surge is possible, with heavy rain, flash flooding, and damaging winds.

The center of Dorian will move close to the coast of South Carolina today and then will move near or over the coast of North Carolina tonight and Friday.

Here is a look at the latest spagehti models. These models take in the current observations of the hurricane and then predict a track. This is the track only... not strength.

There have been several Category 3 (Major Hurricanes) that have made landfall along the Carolinas.