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    Quote Originally Posted by gasouthern01 View Post
    My entire family in Beaufort sc are evacuating this morning and headed to my house in atlanta.
    We never get hit. I’ll probably die in a hurricane on Folly Beach, but the tests always show Hatteras and Wilmington are the towns that ALWAYS get hammered
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimojoe View Post
    We never get hit. I’ll probably die in a hurricane on Folly Beach, but the tests always show Hatteras and Wilmington are the towns that ALWAYS get hammered
    Yep. It always turns more north the last day. Hugo was headed directly to beaufort then turned sharply at the end to hit charleston head on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasouthern01 View Post
    My entire family in Beaufort sc are evacuating this morning and headed to my house in atlanta.
    They are smart.

    I have distant relatives in Daytona who stayed during Matthew.

    They said it was bad, but they got super lucky. 40 or 50 miles further west and they probably wouldn’t be around to say “it was bad.”

    These storms are incredibly devastating. A 25 to 30 foot storm surge would really wipe out a lot of areas inland where folks thought they were safe.

    Another factor is the high tide. This thing is forecast to be close during a rare super high tide.

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    Is it normal for a Hurricane to just sit at 1 mph and not move?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1peatfor7 View Post
    Is it normal for a Hurricane to just sit at 1 mph and not move?
    Apparently there's a big tug-of-war of different wind currents deciding where Dorian will go and I guess it's a stalemate right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob View Post
    Apparently there's a big tug-of-war of different wind currents deciding where Dorian will go and I guess it's a stalemate right now.
    The upper air steering currents won't arrive until the front does, and the longer this thing stays in one spot before getting picked up, the better.

    I think we will get lucky and this thing will pass pretty far east.

    The earlier models were based on 10mph westerly movement before steering currents arrived...

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    Quote Originally Posted by spdrumline View Post
    The governor is going to issue mandatory evacuation for coastal counties tomorrow morning, with contra-flow beginning on I-16 Tuesday.

    https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/loc...eg5hgwrpZfFc1k
    All those millennials too afraid of some rain

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    I'm getting out of Savannah.
    Got too many oak trees that look like they could fall on my house

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    We're headed off HHI early tomorrow AM... SC governor put us in the mandatory evacuation zone. I could be wrong but I dont see us getting anything near a direct hit, but we'll probably see significant wind gusts and 3-5 inches of rain


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    Quote Originally Posted by CAPT George Armstrong View Post
    I'm getting out of Savannah.
    Got too many oak trees that look like they could fall on my house
    Definitely the right move.

    I have a feeling this thing will probably be further to the east than expected, but better safe than sorry.


    I sure as heck would bail if I lived anywhere near the coast.

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