As of 10:30 AM, EDST, Sunday, Sep 1: Current tracks indicate winds from Hurricane Dorian may arrive in our neighborhood Wednesday, Sep 4. Rainfall potential is minimal.
NOTICE: As with any hurricane, the track may shift and predictions may change with short notice.
- We will monitor the National Hurricane Center (NHC) website and post their information here.
- We recommend you monitor the NHC website.
- We will post updated information here.
Here is the latest information from the NHC showing projected arrival time of tropical storm force winds (under 73 MPH) winds.
This map shows the projected storm track. The indicators in black circles — M, H, S — indicate Major hurricane (winds over 110 MPH), Hurricane (74 – 110 MPH), tropical Storm (39-73 MPH).
This map shows current projections of rainfall potential. NOTICE: We are on the edge of 1 to 4 inches of rain, HOWEVER, this can change as the storm progresses up the coast.
If you will not be in the neighborhood this week, you should ensure your property is secure.
- All doors and windows closed and locked.
- All outdoor furniture, grills, and the like tied down, or, stored in the garage. Even fairly large items can be blown around by high winds, causing a lot of damage.
- Boat secured, or, moved out of the area.