The heavy rains brought flooding to the Jacksonville area.
A storm surge up to 5 feet is possible.
Dorian moved north Wednesday afternoon, bringing heavy rain to Savannah, Georgia, and its surrounding beaches.
Life-threatening storm surge flooding up to 5 feet is possible.
South Carolina & North Carolina
A hurricane warning is in effect for the entire North Carolina and South Carolina coastline, which will see the brunt of the storm Wednesday night through Thursday and into Friday morning.
Thursday morning, Dorian will reach Charleston — a city very vulnerable to storm surge and flooding.
Myrtle Beach to Wilmington will get hit during the day on Thursday and North Carolina’s Outer Banks will feel the brunt of the storm late Thursday into Friday morning.
Dorian might make landfall in either coastal South Carolina or North Carolina between Thursday night and Friday morning.
Regardless of landfall, Dorian will be close enough to the Carolina coasts to bring near-hurricane-force winds, storm surge and flooding — the biggest threat will likely be coastal flooding from Charleston to the Outer Banks.
The highest storm surge is expected for the South Carolina coast, where up to 8 feet is possible.
The heaviest rainfall from Dorian is expected to hit the coastal Carolinas, where up to 15 inches of rain is possible.