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7:00 AM | ***Hurricane Dorian back to a "major" will pound the coastal Carolinas today and impact the Mid-Atlantic on Friday***


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7:00 AM | ***Hurricane Dorian back to a "major" will pound the coastal Carolinas today and impact the Mid-Atlantic on Friday***

Paul Dorian

6-Day forecast for the DC metro region


Much cooler today with mainly cloudy skies, cannot rule out a shower or two, highs in the mid-to-upper 70’s


Mainly cloudy, cool, breezy, chance of showers late, lows in the low-to-mid 60’s


Still quite cool with mainly cloudy skies, windy, chance of rain, mid 70’s for afternoon highs

Friday Night

Mainly cloudy, cool, breezy, near 60 degrees for overnight lows


Mainly sunny, comfortable, near 80 degrees


Mainly sunny, still pleasant, near 80 degrees


Partly sunny, nice, chance of showers, upper 70’s


Partly sunny, comfortable, near 80 degrees


Hurricane Dorian has regained enough strength in the overnight hours to be re-classifed as a "major" (category 3) storm. It is moving slowly to the north at only 8 mph near the coastline of South Carolina with maximum sustained winds at 115 mph. Hurricane Dorian will have a significant impact today and tonight on the coastal Carolinas in places like Charleston, South Carolina and Wilmington and the Outer Banks in North Carolina. On Friday, Hurricane Dorian will become increasingly influenced by an advancing trough of low pressure over the Great Lakes and this will cause it to accelerate to the northeast and well to the east of the Mid-Atlantic region. However, its impact will still be felt in the Mid-Atlantic on Friday as Hurricane Dorian becomes "post-tropical" and, in many ways, it'll be just like a "nor'easter". There will be some rain and wind across the region on Friday with the greatest impacts of the storm along coastal sections of the Delmarva where tropical storm force (northeast) winds of 30-50 mph are possible and there can be some coastal flooding as well. All of this clears out of here by the weekend which should be very comfortable for this time of year.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.