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The latest from CBS news:
Latest from CBS:
The National Hurricane Center's latest 5 p.m. track continues to show the dangerous core of Hurricane Dorian approaching the coast of South Carolina Thursday morning near Charleston, and then traveling along the coast through the Carolinas through Friday.
Read the latest from CNN here.
The latest from The Weather Channel:
Kim Mullins, a resident of Grand Bahama Island, told ABC's "Good Morning America" that she lived through Hurricane Floyd in 1999, Hurricanes Frances and Jeanne in 2004, Hurricane Wilma in 2005, Hurricane Matthew in 2016 and Hurricane Irma in 2017. But she said Hurricane Dorian is the most menacing beast yet.
"One hundred eighty-five miles per hour winds, that is something that I cannot prepare for, and that's something I don't know what to expect," Mullins said. "The winds, they sound crazy. It literally feels as though something is about to happen even though my house is secure. It's something I'm actually afraid of. I don't think I've ever been afraid before like this."
Read the latest from ABC news here.
More than 20 million Americans are likely to feel Dorian's wrath, officials say.
Latest Dorian news: Governor declares emergency, supplies are short as Floridians prepare for Cat 4 storm
Hurricane Dorian strengthened overnight and its expected Florida landfall as a dangerous Category 4 hurricane shifted south, putting South Florida and Central Florida in its projected impact zone early next week.
Read the latest Orlando Sentinel story here.
The Water Quality Association warns that Hurricane Dorian, expected be a Category 3 storm before it hits the Atlantic coast Labor Day weekend, poses a threat to drinking water for people affected by the storm, but that there are precautions that can be taken to protect residents in the affected areas.
Read our complete news release here.
Hurricane Dorian was getting stronger as it set its sights on the U.S. mainland early Thursday, churning over open waters. "Strengthening is forecast during the next few days, and Dorian is expected to become a major hurricane on Friday," the National Hurricane Center said.
Dorian became a Category 1 hurricane just before making landfall on the U.S. Virgin Islands Wednesday, causing power outages and minor flooding. Puerto Rico avoided a direct hit, dodging a bullet.
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