Tropical Storm Dorian – Florida threat increases – 9am August 28, 2019 Posted on August 30, 2019 9am August chicago hotels dallas hotels Dorian Florida hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas increases las vegas hotels private jet rental property Storm Threat travel travel vlog tropical vacation 32 thoughts on “Tropical Storm Dorian – Florida threat increases – 9am August 28, 2019” In St. Barths, all is well, cloudy, Rained a lot last night, now its lighting and thunder. a little windy but “EXTREMELY HOT”! a Dry heat with a PRESSURED humidity.✌🏽Reply Dorian is now a hurricane it's likely it will make landfall as a strong cat 3Reply High-End Category 3 Major Hurricane making landfall near Titusville, FL calling it.Reply Peak of stormsPodul: 45mphDorian: 120mphErin: peaked this morning-40mphReply Just in at 3:30 PM EST August 28, 2019: Dorian is now a Category 1 hurricane, expected to be a Mid-High Category 3, winds 115-125 MPH Expected.Reply Hopefully Florida Man won’t end.Reply It's now a hurricaneReply its its now cat 1Reply Never Let Yourself Go by what the computerized model say you'll be let down every timeReply Great site, but do you really need the background music? To me it's really disturbing, your site is good as it is! Maybe you could turn it down a bit?Reply If you like in Florida prepare yourselfReply Peak Intensity prediction: 110-135mph 965-945mBarReply Predictions: Dorian: 100-115 mph ( I originally thought Dorian would be our first MH, I still think it will be a MH)Erin: 50-65 mphSending prayers for everyone in Dorians path! Stay safe!!Reply Dorian- 120mphErin- 45mphReply After what has seemed like a quiet season so far. this is somewhat of a relief.Reply If Hurricane season was Pokemon:ATLANTIC ITS YOUR TIME TO SHINEReply My prediction for Hurricane Dorian150 mph926 mbReply I predict Dorian will strike either Georgia or South Carolina as a high-end Category 2 or Low-End Category 3.Reply My prediction is that it will peak at 130mph (As a High end cat 3 or very low end cat 4) And make landfall roughly around the Florida/Georgia border.Reply Jeez it went way to the north todayReply I think that when it reaches Florida it will be the first in this year's category 3 with 115 mph winds well, it's only my assumption.Reply My predictions for Dorian Winds: 110 mph (145 gusts)Pressure: 957 millibarsReply possible Georgia landfall?Reply Damn Florida is unlucky every yearReply Any chance the track might curve down towards Miami?Reply sad cdp 1Reply incase you did not knew, vieques and culebra are part of Puerto RicoReply Please noReply direct hit to charleston, south carolina. i’m calling it.Reply hope everyone there is safeReply Its raining so hard here it has started in Puerto ricoReply FirstReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.