HURRICANE DORIAN: CBS47/FOX30 Action News Jax, 10 p.m. newscast, 9/1/19

HURRICANE DORIAN: CBS47/FOX30 Action News Jax, 10 p.m. newscast, 9/1/19


>>>A LIVE LOOK NOW. THIS IS FROM INSIDE THE EYE OF HURRICANE DORIAN. THIS IS SOME NAEVOID QUO TAKEN BY AN AIR FORCE HURRICANE HUNTER TODAY. DORIAN A POWERFUL CATEGORY 5 STORM. WE’LL HAVE A CLOSER LOOK AT THE STORM’S TRACK JUST MINUTES AWAY. >>CLAY COUNTY SCHOOLS WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IS NOW PARTIALLY ACTIVATED TO MONITOR CONDITIONS AS THEY CONTINUE TO CHANGE. >>NASSAU COUNTY CALLED MANDATORY EVACUATIONS STARTING AT 8:00 A.M. TOMORROW FOR ZONES A, C, AND F. AND THE SHELTERS ARE OPENING TONIGHT. LET’S GET OUT TO ACTION NEWS JAX BRITTANY VERNER. SHE’S LIVE AND EVACUATION ORDERS BEGIN IN THOSE THREE ZONES TOMORROW MORNING. >>Reporter: THAT’S RIGHT. COUNTY LEADERS ARE CALLING FOR A MANDATORY EVACUATION IN SOME AREAS AS EARLY AS TOMORROW MORNING. THEY ARE URGING PEOPLE, LIKE YOU JUST SAID, TO EVACUATE ZONES A, C, AND F. TO EVACUATE TOMORROW MORNING AT 8:00 A.M. THIS IS A MAP OF THOSE ZONES. ZONE A IS MARKED IN RED. THAT’S AMELIA ISLAND AND OTHER LOW-LYING FLOOD-PRONE AREAS. ZONE C IS ORANGE. AND ZONE F IS MARKED IN BLUE. THE COUNTY HAS BEGUN CLOSING THE BEACH ACCESS POINTS TO VEHICLE TRAFFIC AND ALSO PUTTING SAND IN FRONT OF ACCESS POINTS TO PREVENT STORM SURGE. TWO SHELTERS WILL ALSO BE OPEN TOMORROW. HILLIARD MIDDLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AS A SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER. AND CALLAHANLE SCHOOL AS A PET FRIENDLY SHELTER. >>ANYONE LIVING IN LOW-LYING AREAS, MOBILE HOMES, OR MANUFACTURED HOUSES OR OTHERWISE HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT THEIR SAFETY MAY ALSO UTILIZE OUR SHELTERS. >>Reporter: NOW THE SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER CAN HOLD UP TO 155 PATIENTS AND THEIR CARE GIVERS. THE GENERAL POPULATION SHELTER CAN HOLD UP TO 528 PEOPLE. IF YOU DON’T KNOW IF YOU LIVE IN AN EVACUATION ZONE, WE HAVE A LINK ON OUR WEBSITE. COUNTY LEADERS ARE URGING NEIGHBORS IN THE NASSAU COUNTY AREA TO TAKE THIS EVACUATION SERIOUSLY AS WE AWAIT THE ARRIVAL OF HURRICANE DORIAN. REPORTING LIVE, CBS 47 FOX 30 ACTION NEWS JAX. >>NASSAU COUNTY IS PROVIDING SHELTERS AT 8:00 A.M. ON MONDAY AT PLACES LIKE HILLIARD MIDDLE SCHOOL AS A SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER. CALLAHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL WILL BE USED AS A PET FRIENDLY >>>THE BOARD OF MISSIONERS WILL HOLD A MEETING AT 7:30 TO CONSIDER DECLARING A LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY. >>HELICOPTERS FROM NAS JAX AND MAYPORT ARE BEING MOVED TO DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN THE MID- ATLANTIC. ITS ATLANTIC STRIKE WING IS LAUNCHING BETWEEN 60-70 HELICOPTERS NAS JAX. THE HELICOPTERS ARE BEING TAKEN TO MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE IN ALABAMA AND NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD IS GETTING READY AHEAD OF DORIAN. THESE ARE MEMBERS FROM THE 146th SIGNAL BAA CXSGSUFALION WORKING ON VEHICLES AT THE ARMORY IN JACKSONVILLE. >>>I KNOW YOU’VE BEEN DRILLING DOWN THIS FOR US. BUT A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO KEEP ASKING HERE IN THE JACKSONVILLE AREA, WHEN WILL WE START TO FEEL THE IMPACTS? WE HAVE RAIN BUT THIS IS NOT RELATED TO DORIAN. >>WE WILL THROUGH TOMORROW AND TUESDAY. IT SETS THE TABLE FOR FLOODING AS DORIAN MAKES IT APPROACH, WHICH WE’VE SEEN SEVERAL TIMES IN THE LAST FEW YEARS. WE SEE THE PEAK IMPACTS IN HERE LATER TUESDAY, TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY. AND THEN A VERY QUICK DRAMATIC IMPROVEMENT SHORTLY THEREAFTER. A LITTLE LESS THAN 400 MILES AWAY FROM JACKSONVILLE AS QUITE LITERALLY HURRICANE DORIAN IS KNIFING THROUGH THE NORTHERN BAHAMAS WITH WINDS AT 185 MILES AN HOUR AND APPEARS TO BE THE TIED FOR THE STRONGEST LANDON FULLER ON RECORD. THE 2:00 P.M. LAND FALL AT GREAT ABACO ISLAND AND NOW CUTTING ITS WAY WESTBOUND. LOOK AT THIS, THERE’S THE EYE. IT’S WORKING ITS WAY WESTBOUND ACROSS HIGH ROCK. THERE’S FREEPORT, ALL IN LINE FOR THIS VIOLENT EYE WALL. THE KIND OF WHICH, THIS IS SEVERAL MAGNITUDES STRONGER THAN MICHAEL AS A CAT 5 THAT HIT OUR PANHANDLE BACK IN OCTOBER. THE MOVE WILL BE TO THE WEST AND THEN THAT VERY SLOW MOVEMENT. THAT STARTS, WE START TO SEE INDICATIONS WITH IT DOWN TO 5 MILES AN HOUR, MOVING AT 5 MILES AN HOUR. THEN THE TURN JUST OFFSHORE RIGHT UP INTO OR VERY NEAR THE CAROLINAS THEREAFTER. WE’LL ZOOM IN A LITTLE BIT. HURRICANE WARNINGS ARE ALREADY IN EFFECT. THE EYE IS NOT NECESSARILY FORECAST TO MAKE CONTACT WITH LAND BUT HURRICANE FORCE WINDS WILL BE POSSIBLE. AND THEN JUST EAST OF JACKSONVILLE ABOUT 50-60 MILES AT 2:00 O’CLOCK WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WE’LL LIKELY SEE TROPICAL STORM WATCHES ISSUED FOR OUR COASTAL AREAS SOON. IT’S OFF QUICKLY TO THE NORTH AND EAST AND THAT’S WHY WE’LL HAVE SUCH RAPID IMPROVEMENT. CHECK OUT ON THIS MAP WHERE YOU LIVE. WE’LL GO COUNTY BY COUNTY. THIS IS 11 O’CLOCK TUESDAY EV YOU CAN SEE THE FIRST TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS ARE STARTING TO GET TO NEAR ST. AUGUST SEEN. WHILE THESE ARE PRETTY SMOOTH, THERE ARE AREAS THAT ARE GETTING WIND AND OTHERS THAT ARE NOT. THESE ARE TROPICAL FORCE STORM WIND GUSTS. AS YOU GET WEST OF I-95, THE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE OFFSHORE. THIS IS AT NOON WEDNESDAY. IT’S PROXIMATE CLOSEST APPROACH TO NORTHEASTERN FLORIDA AND PUSHING OFF TO THE NORTH AND NORTHEAST. IT’S A BEACH BEATING, WINDY AT THE COAST. LESSER IMPACTS INLAND UNLESS THE TRACK CHANGES. BRINGS BACK MEMORIES OF A FEW YEARS AGO. >>THIS IS MATTHEW, WHICH DORIAN IS SIMILAR TO. WE’RE LOOKING AT THE TRACKS HERE. MATTHEW STARTED OFF WELL TO THE SOUTH, BASICALLY MADE A MOVE TO THE NORTH. AND WE HAVE DORIAN WHICH WE’RE NO TWO STORMS ARE EXACTLY THE SAME, THOUGH. MATTHEW BROUGHT A LOT OF IMPACTS TO THE COAST. DORIAN, GIVEN THE CURRENT TRACK, IS GOING TO DO THE SAME THING. THAT RIP CURRENT RISK HIGH. VERY HIGH OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. TOMORROW, NORTHEAST WINDS 15-20 KNOTS. SURF, 5-8 FEET. IT ONLY GETS HIGHER. TUESDAY, VERY HIGH RIP CURRENT RISKS. THE WAVES 7-11 FEET. UP FROM THERE, WEDNESDAY NORTHEAST WINDS 20-40 KNOTS SHIFTING TO THE NORTHWEST. AND THAT SURF, 15-20 PLUS FEET. THINGS ARE GOING TO TRY TO GET BACK TO NORMAL. AT LEAST START TO GET ON THE RIGHT ROAD THURSDAY. A HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK, A WEST WIND, AND THAT SURF 2-4 FEET. POTENTIALLY HIGHER THAN THAT. MIKE, THE QUESTION A LOT OF FOLKS I’M SURE ARE ASKING, WHAT DO WE DO? >>YEAH. WHAT CAN WE DO TOMORROW? TOMORROW’S A HOLIDAY. FOR MANY, IT’S LABOR DAY. CLEAR THE STORNS AND GUTTER. SECURE PATIO FURNITURE OR ANYTHING THAT MIGHT BLOW AROUND OUTSIDE. HEED EVACUATION ORDERS FIRST AND FOREMOST. IF IT’S A MANDATORY EVACUATION, THAT’S EXACTLY WHAT YOU SHOULD DO. STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES ON DORIAN ROUND THE CLOCK. OVER THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS THEN, WE WILL SEE RAIN TOMORROW AND TUESDAY IN ADVANCE OF DORIAN. THE VERY HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK, THE BREEZE MOVING IN AS WELL. WE’LL QUICKLY BREAK OUT INTO SUNSHINE AND TURNS HOT FOR THE END OF THE WEEK INTO THE UPCOMING WEEKEND. 90 PLUS BUT MUCH DRIER AND MUCH CALMER OVERALL. DOWNLOAD OUR FIRST ALERT WEATHER APP FOR FREE. >>>NAVAL STATION MAYPORT COMMANDER RELEASING THEY ARE GOING TO BE EVACUATING THE BASE AT 8 A CLOCK TOMORROW MORNING. MEANWHILE, DEFENDING THE COAST. WHAT PEOPLE IN ONE BEACH COMMUNITY ARE COUNTING ON TO PROTECT THEIR HOMES LongHorn’s Cookout isn’t
something you want to miss. Because that’d mean missing
our Fire-Grilled Ribeye. Sides that turn a
meal into a feast. Hanging with your
closest friends. And missing all that
would be, you know, sad. Come in for our limited-time
LongHorn Cookout. With the unforgettable 18oz
Fire-Grilled Outlaw Ribeye. LongHorn’s new Mixed Grill. And our famous Full
Rack Baby Back Ribs with Steakhouse Mac & Cheese. That’s How Steak is Done. LongHorn Steakhouse.>>>TRACKING HURRICANE DORIAN, THERE ARE MANDATORY EVACUATIONS STARTING TOMORROW MORNING AT 8:00 O’CLOCK FOR EVACUATION ZONES A AND B IN DUVAL AND ST. JOHN’S COUNTY, A, C, AND F IN NASSAU AND NAVAL STATION MAYPORT AS WELL. TODAY IN ST. JOHN’S COUNTY, THE COUNTY DUMPED SAND AND ROCKS MAKING A BARRIER AT THE END OF PORPOISE POINT. >>THEY HOPE IT WILL PREVENT WATER FROM MAKING ITS WAY INTO THAT NEIGHBORHOOD. HURRICANE DORIAN TAKING A SIMILAR PATH FROM A PREVIOUS STORM FROM MATTHEW WHEN HOMES WENT COLLAPS Y3GX7Y YY6Y IF A CAR LEAVES
THE OFFICE… AT 5:46 PM… PICKS UP
TWO DIFFERENT KIDS AT TWO DIFFERENT
LOCATIONS… MAKES ONE U-TURN
BECAUSE THE SECOND CHILD FORGOT ONE ITEM
AT THE SECOND LOCATION… PASSES THREE FAST
FOOD JOINTS LOOKING FOR ONE MEAL… THAT FEEDS FOUR WITH
ZERO TIME TO SPARE… WHAT IS THE QUICKEST
WAY TO GET A QUALITY FAMILY MEAL? THE PUBLIX DELI. WITH DELICIOUS, READY
TO ENJOY MEALS… EVERY OPTION IS
THE RIGHT ANSWER. (NOW) THAT’S
EVERYDAY EASY. PUBLIX. WHERE SHOPPING
IS A PLEASURE Z3GFBZ ZY6Z Y3GFBY YY6Y SHELTER. ACTION NEWS JAX, WE ARE LIVE WHERE WE HAVE SEEN MAJOR FLOODING IN THE PAST. YOU HAVE FOUND A COUPLE S WRAPPED THEIR HOME ENTIRELY IN PLASTIC. >>Reporter: JOHN, HAVE YOU EVER SEEN SOMETHING LIKE THIS? I SURE HAVEN’T. THEY LITERALLY TOOK HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC. THEY’VE WRAPPED THEIR ENTIRE HOME. THEY’RE REINFORCING IT WITH DUCT TAPE AND ABOUT 300 SANDBAGS. THEY’LL WRAP THIS AROUND THEIR ENTIRE HOME HOPING THIS WILL KEEP THE WATER OUT. IN HURRICANES MATTHEW AND IRMA, DAVIS SHORES SAW DEVASTATING FLOODING. PEOPLE ARE TAKING SOME UNIQUE PRECAUTIONS. >>WE JUST STARTED OUT BY DOING 6 MIL PLASTIC ALL AROUND THE HOUSE. >>Reporter: BRITTANY IS PLASTIC WRAPPING HER HOME, SECURING IT WILL CLOSE TO 300 SANDBAGS AND DUCT TAPE. >>I THINK WE’RE ONLY ON ROLL THREE. >>Reporter: SHE’S LIVED THROUGH MATTHEW AND IRMA. NOW SHE’S CONSIDERING RAISING HER HOME BUT TRYING THE PLASTIC WRAP FOR NOW. >>HOPEFULLY OUR BARRICADE WILL DO SOMETHING FOR US THIS YEAR. AT LEAST WE CAN START GETTING FANS, GET THINGS GOING. >>Reporter: SHE LIVES IN WHAT’S CONSIDERED ZONE A. A AND B ARE MADE UP OF 149,000 PEOPLE ASKED TO EVACUATE. SHE SAYS FOR NOW SHE’S STAYING PUT. >>AND IF YOU ARE IN ZONES A OR B HERE IN ST. JOHN’S COUNTY, YOU’RE ASKED TO START EVACUATING SOON. FIRST RESPONDERS ALSO TOLD ME TODAY THAT IF THE CONDITIONS BECOME TOO DANGEROUS, YOU MIGHT BE STUCK OUT HERE ON YOUR OWN. >>I HOPE THEY DON’T NEED THE PLASTIC, BUT I WILL BE EAGER TO SEE HOW IT WORKS. >>>TODAY, POWER CREWS FROM AUSTIN, TEXAS ARRIVED TO BACK UP JEA CREWS IN AN THE DISSIPATION OF OUTAGES FROM DORIAN. DOZENS OF POWER TRUCKS AND CREWS IN LAKE CITY WAITING TO SEE WHERE THEY WILL BE NEEDED. THIS IS VIDEO OF THOSE TEAMS. THEY HAVE CREWS AT DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEE>THE VISIBLE PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING THE HURRICANE STILL PLOWING THROUGH THE NORTHERN BAHAMAS. I’LL COLOR THIS FOR YOU IN JUST A MINUTE. WHAT WE CAN EXPECT LOCALLY. CERTAINLY HIGH RIP CURRENT, HIGH TIDES, BUILDING SURF, AND WINDS. I’LL BREAK IT DOWN IN A FEW MINUTES. >>PROTECTING PORPOISE POINT. >>PLUS, GETTING OUT OF HARM’S WAY. HOW THE MILITARY IS GETTING READY FOR THE STORM. AND WE WILL BE LIVE IN NASSAU COUNTY COMING UP AFTER THE BREAK. YOU CAN SEE JACKSONVILLE BEACH THERE LOOKS BEAUTIFUL RIGHT NOW. BUT AGAIN, IT’S EMPTY AS PEOPLE ARE HEEDING TH>>>A LIVE LOOK NOW. THIS IS FROM INSIDE THE EYE OF HURRICANE DORIAN. THIS IS SOME NAEVOID QUO TAKEN BY AN AIR FORCE HURRICANE HUNTER TODAY. DORIAN A POWERFUL CATEGORY 5 STORM. WE’LL HAVE A CLOSER LOOK AT THE STORM’S TRACK JUST MINUTES AWAY. >>CLAY COUNTY SCHOOLS WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IS NOW PARTIALLY ACTIVATED TO MONITOR CONDITIONS AS THEY CONTINUE TO CHANGE. >>NASSAU COUNTY CALLED MANDATORY EVACUATIONS STARTING AT 8:00 A.M. TOMORROW FOR ZONES A, C, AND F. AND THE SHELTERS ARE OPENING TONIGHT. LET’S GET OUT TO ACTION NEWS JAX BRITTANY VERNER. SHE’S LIVE AND EVACUATION ORDERS BEGIN IN THOSE THREE ZONES TOMORROW MORNING. >>Reporter: THAT’S RIGHT. COUNTY LEADERS ARE CALLING FOR A MANDATORY EVACUATION IN SOME AREAS AS EARLY AS TOMORROW MORNING. THEY ARE URGING PEOPLE, LIKE YOU JUST SAID, TO EVACUATE ZONES A, C, AND F. TO EVACUATE TOMORROW MORNING AT 8:00 A.M. THIS IS A MAP OF THOSE ZONES. ZONE A IS MARKED IN RED. THAT’S AMELIA ISLAND AND OTHER LOW-LYING FLOOD-PRONE AREAS. ZONE C IS ORANGE. AND ZONE F IS MARKED IN BLUE. THE COUNTY HAS BEGUN CLOSING THE BEACH ACCESS POINTS TO VEHICLE TRAFFIC AND ALSO PUTTING SAND IN FRONT OF ACCESS POINTS TO PREVENT STORM SURGE. TWO SHELTERS WILL ALSO BE OPEN TOMORROW. HILLIARD MIDDLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AS A SPECIAL NEEDS SHELMIDDLE SCHOOL AS A PET FRIENDLY SHELTER. >>ANYONE LIVING IN LOW-LYING AREAS, MOBILE HOMES, OR MANUFACTURED HOUSES OR OTHERWISE HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT THEIR SAFETY MAY ALSO UTILIZE OUR SHELTERS. >>Reporter: NOW THE SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER CAN HOLD UP TO 155 PATIENTS AND THEIR CARE GIVERS. THE GENERAL POPULATION SHELTER CAN HOLD UP TO 528 PEOPLE. IF YOU DON’T KNOW IF YOU LIVE IN AN EVACUATION ZONE, WE HAVE A LINK ON OUR WEBSITE. COUNTY LEADERS ARE URGING NEIGHBORS IN THE NASSAU COUNTY AREA TO TAKE THIS EVACUATION SERIOUSLY AS WE AWAIT THE ARRIVAL OF HURRICANE DORIAN. REPORTING LIVE, CBS 47 FOX 30 ACTION NEWS JAX. >>NASSAU COUNTY IS PROVIDING SHELTERS AT 8:00 A.M. ON MONDAY AT PLACES LIKE HILLIARD MIDDLE SCHOOL AS A SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER. CALLAHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL WILL BE >>>THE BOARD OF MISSIONERS WILL HOLD A MEETING AT 7:30 TO CONSIDER DECLARING A LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY. >>HELICOPTERS FROM NAS JAX AND MAYPORT ARE BEING MOVED TO DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN THE MID- ATLANTIC. ITS ATLANTIC STRIKE WING IS LAUNCHING BETWEEN 60-70 HELICOPTERS NAS JAX. THE HELICOPTERS ARE BEING TAKEN TO MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE IN ALABAMA AND NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD IS GETTING READY AHEAD OF DORIAN. THESE ARE MEMBERS FROM THE 146th SIGNAL BAA CXSGSUFALION WORKING ON VEHICLES AT THE ARMORY IN JACKSONVILLE. >>>I KNOW YOU’VE BEEN DRILLING DOWN THIS FOR US. BUT A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO KEEP ASKING HERE IN THE JACKSONVILLE AREA, WHEN WILL WE START TO FEEL THE IMPACTS? WE HAVE RAIN BUT THIS IS NOT RELATED TO DORIAN. >>WE WILL THROUGH TOMORROW AND TUESDAY. IT SETS THE TABLE FOR FLOODING AS DORIAN MAKES IT APPROACH, WHICH WE’VE SEEN SEVERAL TIMES IN THE LAST FEW YEARS. WE SEE THE PEAK IMPACTS IN HERE LATER TUESDAY, TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY. AND THEN A VERY QUICK DRAMATIC IMPROVEMENT SHORTLY THEREAFTER. A LITTLE LESS THAN 400 MILES AWAY FROM JACKSONVILLE AS QUITE LITERALLY HURRICANE DORIAN IS KNIFING THROUGH THE NORTHERN BAHAMAS WITH WINDS AT 185 MILES AN HOUR AND APPEARS TO BE THE TIED FOR THE STRONGEST LANDON FULLER ON RECORD. THE 2:00 P.M. LAND FALL AT GREAT ABACO ISLAND AND NOW CUTTING ITS WAY WESTBOUND. LOOK AT THIS, THERE’S THE EYE. IT’S WORKING ITS WAY WESTBOUND ACROSS HIGH ROCK. THERE’S FREEPORT, ALL IN LINE FOR THIS VIOLENT EYE WALL. THE OF WHICH, THIS IS SEVERAL MAGNITUDES STRONGER THAN MICHAEL AS A CAT 5 THAT HIT OUR PANHANDLE BACK IN OCTOBER. THE MOVE WILL BE TO THE WEST AND THEN THAT VERY SLOW MOVEMENT. THAT STARTS, WE START TO SEE INDICATIONS WITH IT DOWN TO 5 MILES AN HOUR, MOVING AT 5 MILES AN HOUR. THEN THE TURN JUST OFFSHORE RIGHT UP INTO OR VERY NEAR THE CAROLINAS THEREAFTER. WE’LL ZOOM IN A LITTLE BIT. HURRICANE WARNINGS ARE ALREADY IN EFFECT. THE EYE IS NOT NECESSARILY FORECAST TO MAKE CONTACT WITH LAND BUT HURRICANE FORCE WINDS WILL BE POSSIBLE. AND THEN JUST EAST OF JACKSONVILLE ABOUT 50-60 MILES AT 2:00 O’CLOCK WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WE’LL LIKELY SEE TROPICAL STORM WATCHES ISSUED FOR OUR COASTAL AREAS SOON. IT’S OFF QUICKLY TO THE NORTH AND EAST AND THAT’S WHY WE’LL HAVE SUCH RAPID IMPROVEMENT. CHECK OUT ON THIS MAP WHERE YOU LIVE. WE’LL GO COUNTY BY COUNTY. THIS IS 11 O’CLOCK TUESDAY ENIN YOU CAN SEE THE FIRST TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS ARE STARTING TO GET TO NEAR ST. AUGUST SEEN. WHILE THESE ARE PRETTY SMOOTH, THERE ARE AREAS THAT ARE GETTING WIND AND OTHERS THAT ARE NOT. THESE ARE TROPICAL FORCE STORM WIND GUSTS. AS YOU GET WEST OF I-95, THE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE OFFSHORE. THIS IS AT NOON WEDNESDAY. IT’S PROXIMATE CLOSEST APPROACH TO NORTHEASTERN FLORIDA AND PUSHING OFF TO THE NORTH AND NORTHEAST. IT’S A BEACH BEATING, WINDY AT THE COAST. LESSER IMPACTS INLAND UNLESS THE TRACK CHANGES. BRINGS BACK MEMORIES OF A FEW YEARS AGO. >>THIS IS MATTHEW, WHICH DORIAN IS SIMILAR TO. WE’RE LOOKING AT THE TRACKS HERE. MATTHEW STARTED OFF WELL TO THE SOUTH, BASICALLY MADE A MOVE TO THE NORTH. AND WE HAVE DORIAN WHICH WE’RE WATCHING TO OUR SOUTHEAST. NO TWO STORMS ARE EXACTLY THE SAME, THOUGH. MATTHEW BROUGHT A LOT OF IMPACTS TO THE COAST. DORIAN, GIVEN THE CURRENT TRACK, IS GOING TO DO THE SAME THING. THAT RIP CURRENT RISK HIGH. VERY HIGH OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. TOMORROW, NORTHEAST WINDS 15-20 KNOTS. SURF, 5-8 FEET. IT ONLY GETS HIGHER. TUESDAY, VERY HIGH RIP CURRENT RISKS. THE WAVES 7-11 FEET. UP FROM THERE, WEDNESDAY NORTHEAST WINDS 20-40 KNOTS SHIFTING TO THE NORTHWEST. AND THAT SURF, 15-20 PLUS FEET. THINGS ARE GOING TO TRY TO GET BACK TO NORMAL. AT LEAST START TO GET ON THE RIGHT ROAD THURSDAY. A HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK, A WEST WIND, AND THAT SURF 2-4 FEET. POTENTIALLY HIGHER THAN THAT. MIKE, THE QUESTION A LOT OF FOLKS I’M SURE ARE ASKING, WHAT DO WE DO? >>YEAH. WHAT CAN WE DO TOMORROW? TOMORROW’S A HOLIDAY. FOR MANY, IT’S LABOR DAY. CLEAR THE STORM AND GUTTER. SECURE PATIO FURNITURE OR ANYTHING THAT MIGHT BLOW AROUND OUTSIDE. HEED EVACUATION ORDERS FIRST AND FOREMOST. IF IT’S A MANDATORY EVACUATION, THAT’S EXACTLY WHAT YOU SHOULD DO. STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES ON DORIAN ROUND THE CLOCK. OVER THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS THEN, WE WILL SEE RAIN TOMORROW AND TUESDAY IN ADVANCE OF DORIAN. THE VERY HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK, THE BREEZE MOVING IN AS WELL. WE’LL QUICKLY BREAK OUT INTO SUNSHINE AND TURNS HOT FOR THE END OF THE WEEK INTO THE UPCOMING WEEKEND. 90 PLUS BUT MUCH DRIER AND MUCH CALMER OVERALL. DOWNLOAD OUR FIRST ALERT WEATHER APP FOR FREE. >>>NAVAL STATION MAYPORT COMMANDER RELEASING THEY ARE GOING TO BE EVACUATING THE BASE AT 8 A CLOCK TOMORROW MORNING. MEANWHILE, DEFENDING THE COAST. WHAT PEOPLE IN ONE BEACH COMMUNITY ARE COUNTING ON TO PROTECT THEIR HOMES LongHorn’s Cookout isn’t
something you want to miss. Because that’d mean missing
our Fire-Grilled Ribeye. Sides that turn a
meal into a feast. Hanging with your
closest friends. And missing all that
would be, you know, sad. Come in for our limited-time
LongHorn Cookout. With the unforgettable 18oz
Fire-Grilled Outlaw Ribeye. LongHorn’s new Mixed Grill. And our famous Full
Rack Baby Back Ribs with Steakhouse Mac & Cheese. That’s How Steak is Done. LongHorn Steakhouse. You can’t fake steak.>>>TRACKING HURRICANE DORIAN, THERE ARE MANDATORY EVACUATIONS STARTING TOMORROW MORNING AT 8:00 O’CLOCK FOR EVACUATION ZONES A AND B IN DUVAL AND ST. JOHN’S COUNTY, A, C, AND F IN NASSAU AND NAVAL STATION MAYPORT AS WELL. TODAY IN ST. JOHN’S COUNTY, THE COUNTY DUMPED SAND AND ROCKS MAKING A BARRIER AT THE END OF PORPOISE POINT. >>THEY HOPE IT WILL PREVENT WATER FROM MAKING ITS WAY INTO THAT NEIGHBORHOOD. HURRICANE DORIAN TAKING A SIMILAR PATH FROM A PREVIOUS STORM FROM MATTHEW WHEN HOMES WENT COLLAPS Y3GX7Y YY6Y IF A CAR LEAVES
THE OFFICE… AT 5:46 PM… PICKS UP
TWO DIFFERENT KIDS AT TWO DIFFERENT
LOCATIONS… MAKES ONE U-TURN
BECAUSE THE SECOND CHILD FORGOT ONE ITEM
AT THE SECOND LOCATION… PASSES THREE FAST
FOOD JOINTS LOOKING FOR ONE MEAL… THAT FEEDS FOUR WITH
ZERO TIME TO SPARE… WHAT IS THE QUICKEST
WAY TO GET A QUALITY FAMILY MEAL? THE PUBLIX DELI. WITH DELICIOUS, READY
TO ENJOY MEALS… EVERY OPTION IS
THE RIGHT ANSWER. (NOW) THAT’S
EVERYDAY EASY. PUBLIX. WHERE SHOPPING
IS A PLEASURE Z3GFBZ ZY6Z Y3GFBY YY6Y SHELTER. ACTION NEWS JAX, WE ARE LIVE WHERE WE HAVE SEEN MAJOR FLOODING IN THE PAST. YOU HAVE FOUND A COUPLE HAS WRAPPED THEIR HOME ENTIRELY IN PLASTIC. >>Reporter: JOHN, HAVE YOU EVER SEEN SOMETHING LIKE THIS? I SURE HAVEN’T. THEY LITERALLY TOOK HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC. THEY’VE WRAPPED THEIR ENTIRE HOME. THEY’RE REINFORCING IT WITH DUCT TAPE AND ABOUT 300 SANDBAGS. THEY’LL WRAP THIS AROUND THEIR ENTIRE HOME HOPING THIS WILL KEEP THE WATER OUT. IN HURRICANES MATTHEW AND IRMA, DAVIS SHORES SAW DEVASTATING FLOODING. PEOPLE ARE TAKING SOME UNIQUE PRECAUTIONS. >>WE JUST STARTED OUT BY DOING 6 MIL PLASTIC ALL AROUND THE HOUSE. >>Reporter: BRITTANY IS PLASTIC WRAPPING HER HOME, SECURING IT WILL CLOSE TO 300 SANDBAGS AND DUCT TAPE. >>I THINK WE’RE ONLY ON ROLL THREE. >>Reporter: SHE’S LIVED THROUGH MATTHEW AND IRMA. NOW SHE’S CONSIDERING RAISING HER HOME BUT TRYING THE PLASTIC WRAP FOR NOW. >>HOPEFULLY OUR BARRICADE WILL DO SOMETHING FOR US THIS YEAR. AT LEAST WE CAN START GETTING FANS, GET THINGS GOING. >>Reporter: SHE LIVES IN WHAT’S CONSIDERED ZONE A. A AND B ARE MADE UP OF 149,000 PEOPLE ASKED TO EVACUATE. SHE SAYS FOR NOW SHE’S STAYING PUT. >>AND IF YOU ARE IN ZONES A OR B HERE IN ST. JOHN’S COUNTY, YOU’RE ASKED TO START EVACUATING SOON. FIRST RESPONDERS ALSO TOLD ME TODAY THAT IF THE CONDITIONS BECOME TOO DANGEROUS, YOU MIGHT BE STUCK OUT HERE ON YOUR OWN. >>I HOPE THEY DON’T NEED THE PLASTIC, BUT I WILL BE EAGER TO SEE HOW IT WORKS. >>>TODAY, POWER CREWS FROM AUSTIN, TEXAS ARRIVED TO BACK UP JEA CREWS IN AN THE DISSIPATION OF OUTAGES FROM DORIAN. DOZENS OF POWER TRUCKS AND CREWS IN LAKE CITY WAITING TO SEE WHERE THEY WILL BE NEEDED. THIS IS VIDEO OF THOSE TEAMS. THEY HAVE CREWS AT DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWTHE VISIBLE PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING THE HURRICANE STILL PLOWING THROUGH THE NORTHERN BAHAMAS. I’LL COLOR THIS FOR YOU IN JUST A MINUTE. WHAT WE CAN EXPECT LOCALLY. CERTAINLY HIGH RIP CURRENT, HIGH TIDES, BUILDING SURF, AND WINDS. I’LL BREAK IT DOWN IN A FEW MINUTES. >>PROTECTING PORPOISE POINT. >>PLUS, GETTING OUT OF HARM’S WAY. HOW THE MILITARY IS GETTING READY FOR THE STORM. AND WE WILL BE LIVE IN NASSAU COUNTY COMING UP AFTER THE BREAK. YOU CAN SEE JACKSONVILLE BEACH THERE LOOKS BEAUTIFUL RIGHT NOW. BUT AGAIN, IT’S EMPTY AS PEOPLE ARE HEEDING TH>>>A LIVE LOOK NOW. THIS IS FROM INSIDE THE EYE OF HURRICANE DORIAN. THIS IS SOME NAEVOID QUO TAKEN BY AN AIR FORCE HURRICANE HUNTER TODAY. DORIAN A POWERFUL CATEGORY 5 STORM. WE’LL HAVE A CLOSER LOOK AT THE STORM’S TRACK JUST MINUTES AWAY. >>CLAY COUNTY SCHOOLS WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IS NOW PARTIALLY ACTIVATED TO MONITOR CONDITIONS AS THEY CONTINUE TO CHANGE. >>NASSAU COUNTY CALLED MANDATORY EVACUATIONS STARTING AT 8:00 A.M. TOMORROW FOR ZONES A, C, AND F. AND THE SHELTERS ARE OPENING TONIGHT. LET’S GET OUT TO ACTION NEWS JAX BRITTANY VERNER. SHE’S LIVE AND EVACUATION ORDERS BEGIN IN THOSE THREE ZONES TOMORROW MORNING. >>Reporter: THAT’S RIGHT. COUNTY LEADERS ARE CALLING FOR A MANDATORY EVACUATION IN SOME AREAS AS EARLY AS TOMORROW MORNING. THEY ARE URGING PEOPLE, LIKE YOU JUST SAID, TO EVACUATE ZONES A, C, AND F. TO EVACUATE TOMORROW MORNING AT 8:00 A.M. THIS IS A MAP OF THOSE ZONES. ZONE A IS MARKED IN RED. THAT’S AMELIA ISLAND AND OTHER LOW-LYING FLOOD-PRONE AREAS. ZONE C IS ORANGE. AND ZONE F IS MARKED IN BLUE. THE COUNTY HAS BEGUN CLOSING THE BEACH ACCESS POINTS TO VEHICLE TRAFFIC AND ALSO PUTTING SAND IN FRONT OF ACCESS POINTS TO PREVENT STORM SURGE. TWO SHELTERS WILL ALSO BE OPEN TOMORROW. HILLIARD MIDDLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AS A SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTELE SCHOOL AS A PET FRIENDLY SHELTER. >>ANYONE LIVING IN LOW-LYING AREAS, MOBILE HOMES, OR MANUFACTURED HOUSES OR OTHERWISE HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT THEIR SAFETY MAY ALSO UTILIZE OUR SHELTERS. >>Reporter: NOW THE SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER CAN HOLD UP TO 155 PATIENTS AND THEIR CARE GIVERS. THE GENERAL POPULATION SHELTER CAN HOLD UP TO 528 PEOPLE. IF YOU DON’T KNOW IF YOU LIVE IN AN EVACUATION ZONE, WE HAVE A LINK ON OUR WEBSITE. COUNTY LEADERS ARE URGING NEIGHBORS IN THE NASSAU COUNTY AREA TO TAKE THIS EVACUATION SERIOUSLY AS WE AWAIT THE ARRIVAL OF HURRICANE DORIAN. REPORTING LIVE, CBS 47 FOX 30 ACTION NEWS JAX. >>NASSAU COUNTY IS PROVIDING SHELTERS AT 8:00 A.M. ON MONDAY AT PLACES LIKE HILLIARD MIDDLE SCHOOL AS A SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER. CALLAHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL WILL BE USED AS A PET FRIENDLY>>>THE WILL HOLD A MEETING AT 7:30 TO CONSIDER DECLARING A LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY. >>HELICOPTERS FROM NAS JAX AND MAYPORT ARE BEING MOVED TO DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN THE MID- ATLANTIC. ITS ATLANTIC STRIKE WING IS LAUNCHING BETWEEN 60-70 HELICOPTERS NAS JAX. THE HELICOPTERS ARE BEING TAKEN TO MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE IN ALABAMA AND NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD IS GETTING READY AHEAD OF DORIAN. THESE ARE MEMBERS FROM THE 146th SIGNAL BAA CXSGSUFALION WORKING ON VEHICLES AT THE ARMORY IN JACKSONVILLE. >>>I KNOW YOU’VE BEEN DRILLING DOWN THIS FOR US. BUT A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO KEEP ASKING HERE IN THE JACKSONVILLE AREA, WHEN WILL WE START TO FEEL THE IMPACTS? WE HAVE RAIN BUT THIS IS NOT RELATED TO DORIAN. >>WE WILL THROUGH TOMORROW AND TUESDAY. IT SETS THE TABLE FOR FLOODING AS DORIAN MAKES IT APPROACH, WHICH WE’VE SEEN SEVERAL TIMES IN THE LAST FEW YEARS. WE SEE THE PEAK IMPACTS IN HERE LATER TUESDAY, TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY. AND THEN A VERY QUICK DRAMATIC IMPROVEMENT SHORTLY THEREAFTER. A LITTLE LESS THAN 400 MILES AWAY FROM JACKSONVILLE AS QUITE LITERALLY HURRICANE DORIAN IS KNIFING THROUGH THE NORTHERN BAHAMAS WITH WINDS AT 185 MILES AN HOUR AND APPEARS TO BE THE TIED FOR THE STRONGEST LANDON FULLER ON RECORD. THE 2:00 P.M. LAND FALL AT GREAT ABACO ISLAND AND NOW CUTTING ITS WAY WESTBOUND. LOOK AT THIS, THERE’S THE EYE. IT’S WORKING ITS WAY WESTBOUND ACROSS HIGH ROCK. THERE’S FREEPORT, ALL IN LINE FOR THIS VIOLENT EYE WALL. THE OF WHICH, THIS IS SEVERAL MAGNITUDES STRONGER THAN MICHAEL AS A CAT 5 THAT HIT OUR PANHANDLE BACK IN OCTOBER. THE MOVE WILL BE TO THE WEST AND THEN THAT VERY SLOW MOVEMENT. THAT STARTS, WE START TO SEE INDICATIONS WITH IT DOWN TO 5 MILES AN HOUR, MOVING AT 5 MILES AN HOUR. THEN THE TURN JUST OFFSHORE RIGHT UP INTO OR VERY NEAR THE CAROLINAS THEREAFTER. WE’LL ZOOM IN A LITTLE BIT. HURRICANE WARNINGS ARE ALREADY IN EFFECT. THE EYE IS NOT NECESSARILY FORECAST TO MAKE CONTACT WITH LAND BUT HURRICANE FORCE WINDS WILL BE POSSIBLE. AND THEN JUST EAST OF JACKSONVILLE ABOUT 50-60 MILES AT 2:00 O’CLOCK WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WE’LL LIKELY SEE TROPICAL STORM WATCHES ISSUED FOR OUR COASTAL AREAS SOON. IT’S OFF QUICKLY TO THE NORTH AND EAST AND THAT’S WHY WE’LL HAVE SUCH RAPID IMPROVEMENT. CHECK OUT ON THIS MAP WHERE YOU LIVE. WE’LL GO COUNTY BY COUNTY. THIS IS 11 O’CLOCK TUESDAY ING. YOU CAN SEE THE FIRST TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS ARE STARTING TO GET TO NEAR ST. AUGUST SEEN. WHILE THESE ARE PRETTY SMOOTH, THERE ARE AREAS THAT ARE GETTING WIND AND OTHERS THAT ARE NOT. THESE ARE TROPICAL FORCE STORM WIND GUSTS. AS YOU GET WEST OF I-95, THE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE OFFSHORE. THIS IS AT NOON WEDNESDAY. IT’S PROXIMATE CLOSEST APPROACH TO NORTHEASTERN FLORIDA AND PUSHING OFF TO THE NORTH AND NORTHEAST. IT’S A BEACH BEATING, WINDY AT THE COAST. LESSER IMPACTS INLAND UNLESS THE TRACK CHANGES. BRINGS BACK MEMORIES OF A FEW YEARS AGO. >>THIS IS MATTHEW, WHICH DORIAN IS SIMILAR TO. WE’RE LOOKING AT THE TRACKS HERE. MATTHEW STARTED OFF WELL TO THE SOUTH, BASICALLY MADE A MOVE TO THE NORTH. AND WE HAVE DORIAN WHICH WE’RE NO TWO STORMS ARE EXACTLY THE SAME, THOUGH. MATTHEW BROUGHT A LOT OF IMPACTS TO THE COAST. DORIAN, GIVEN THE CURRENT TRACK, IS GOING TO DO THE SAME THING. THAT RIP CURRENT RISK HIGH. VERY HIGH OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. TOMORROW, NORTHEAST WINDS 15-20 KNOTS. SURF, 5-8 FEET. IT ONLY GETS HIGHER. TUESDAY, VERY HIGH RIP CURRENT RISKS. THE WAVES 7-11 FEET. UP FROM THERE, WEDNESDAY NORTHEAST WINDS 20-40 KNOTS SHIFTING TO THE NORTHWEST. AND THAT SURF, 15-20 PLUS FEET. THINGS ARE GOING TO TRY TO GET BACK TO NORMAL. AT LEAST START TO GET ON THE RIGHT ROAD THURSDAY. A HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK, A WEST WIND, AND THAT SURF 2-4 FEET. POTENTIALLY HIGHER THAN THAT. MIKE, THE QUESTION A LOT OF FOLKS I’M SURE ARE ASKING, WHAT DO WE DO? >>YEAH. WHAT CAN WE DO TOMORROW? TOMORROW’S A HOLIDAY. FOR MANY, IT’S LABOR DAY. CLEAR THE STORM AND GUTTER. SECURE PATIO FURNITURE OR ANYTHING THAT MIGHT BLOW AROUND OUTSIDE. HEED EVACUATION ORDERS FIRST AND FOREMOST. IF IT’S A MANDATORY EVACUATION, THAT’S EXACTLY WHAT YOU SHOULD DO. STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES ON DORIAN ROUND THE CLOCK. OVER THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS THEN, WE WILL SEE RAIN TOMORROW AND TUESDAY IN ADVANCE OF DORIAN. THE VERY HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK, THE BREEZE MOVING IN AS WELL. WE’LL QUICKLY BREAK OUT INTO SUNSHINE AND TURNS HOT FOR THE END OF THE WEEK INTO THE UPCOMING WEEKEND. 90 PLUS BUT MUCH DRIER AND MUCH CALMER OVERALL. DOWNLOAD OUR FIRST ALERT WEATHER APP FOR FREE. >>>NAVAL STATION MAYPORT COMMANDER RELEASING THEY ARE GOING TO BE EVACUATING THE BASE AT 8 A CLOCK TOMORROW MORNING. MEANWHILE, DEFENDING THE COAST. 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with Olay.>>>S HURRICANE DORIAN POUNDS THE BAHAMAS , SOME IN NORTHEAST FLORIDA ARE PREPARED TO GET OUT OF THE STORM’S PATH. >>BE PREPARED AND BE CALM BUT YOU NEED TO LEAVE. >>OTHERS ARE PROTECTING THEIR PROPERTY. >>THIS IS ONLY ROLE THREE. >>USING ANYTHING TO PROTECT THEIR HOMES.>>>THIS IS ACTION NEWS JAX SPECIAL COVERAGE TRACKING DORIAN. >> JUST MOMENTS AGO THE LATEST UPDATE ON HURRICANE DORIAN WAS RELEASED. THE BIGGEST CHANGES RIGHT NOW, WE ARE UNDER A HURRICANE WATCH AND A STORM SURGE WATCH WITH THE STORM MOVING EVER SO SLIGHTLY OFF OF OUR COAST. IT’S FARTHER EAST ACCORDING TO ACTION NEWS JAX FIRST ALERT CHIEF METEOROLOGIST MIKE BURESH WHO WILL BREAK DOWN THE CHANGES HERE IN JUST A MOMENT. THE ACTION NEWS JAX TEAM IS STANDING BY TO BRING YOU VITAL INFORMATION ON LOCAL EVACUATION ORDERS, SCHOOL CLOSINGS IN SCHOOL CURFEWS. >>>I’M JOHN BACHMAN. >>>I AM TENIKKA HUGHES. >>>WE ARE GOING TO OUR WEATHER CENTER WITH ACTION NEWS JAX CHIEF METEOROLOGIST MIKE BURESH BREAKING DOWN THE LATEST 11:00 P.M. ADVISORY . >>WE JUST GOT THE NUMBERS AND YOU CAN SEE WE CONTINUE TO HAVE A POWERFUL HURRICANE WITH WINDS OF ABOUT 180 MILES PER HOUR. IT’S DOWN SLIGHTLY BUT OBVIOUSLY STILL A DEVASTATING CATEGORY 5 HURRICANE AND THE PRESSURE IS UP ONLY SLIGHTLY. THIS IS STILL AN EXTREME HURRICANE, ABOUT 350 GIVE OR TAKE MILES FROM JACKSONVILLE. LOOKING AT CROSS GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND. THE EYE WILL MOVE ACROSS GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND AND HIT FREEPORT OVER JUST THE NEXT HOUR OR TWO. IT HAD ITS FIRST LAND FOR EARLIER AND ANOTHER ONE AT ABOUT 2:00 AND NOW THIS WIN IT 10:00 ON GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND. OF SUMERIAN AND YOU’LL SEE FREEPORT. THERE’S HIGH ROCK. LOOK AT THE EASTERN PART OF THE GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND IN THE EYE, THE DAMAGE WITH AN EYE LIKE THIS IS SCOURING THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH ALONG THE SILENT. GETS A DEVASTATING KIT FOR THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE BAHAMAS. A SLIGHT HESITATION BEFORE IT MAKES THE TURN NORTH. THIS IS NEW UPDATED TRACK FORECAST. WE ARE STILL IN THE CONE OF UNCERTAINTY BUT ONLY ON THE WESTERN EDGE NOW. I WILL ZOOM YOU IN MY THERE IS THE TURN JUST EAST OF FORT PIERCE WHERE HURRICANE WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT STAYING EAST OF JACKSONVILLE BY ABOUT 60 MILES PER HOUR BUT CLOSER THAT IT MEETS THE QUITE SYRIA FOR HURRICANE WATCH ALONG OUR COAST AND THAT’S ONE OF THE BIG CHANGES HURRICANE WATCH TO THE FLORIDA-GEORGIA BORDER. THE STORM HAS SLOWED IN THE HURRICANE IS MOVING SLOWLY. IT’S A CATEGORY 3 HURRICANE AT 60 TO 70 MILES EAST OF JACKSONVILLE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON , CLOSE ENOUGH FOR SOME MAJOR IMPACTS ESPECIALLY AT THE COAST. >>THAT’S RIGHT MIKE. IS THOSE NUMBERS JUST COMING IN A HURRICANE WATCH WE’VE SEEN BEEN EXTENDED WITH HIGH RIP CURRENT RISKS THIS ACCEPTED ALONG THE COAST WITH HIGH TIDES IN THE SURF WILL BUILD. THE WAVES ARE MASSIVE WITH WHAT HAS BEEN A VERY POWERFUL STORM AND IT WILL STILL BE STRONG JUST OFF THE COAST. IT WILL BE WINDY AT THE BEACHES, BREEZY INLAND. THOSE IMPACTS WILL BE LESS THE FARTHER INLAND YOU ARE. THIS GRAPHIC HASN’T UPDATED BUT THE HURRICANE WATCH THAT DARK MAROON BOX EXTENDS ALL THE WAY UP INCLUDING THE ENTIRE COAST OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA BUT NOT SOUTHEAST GEORGIA. ALSO, THE STORM SURGE WATCH. THAT BOX WILL BE EXTENDED WELL TO THE NORTH INCLUDING ALL OF THE NORTHEAST FLORIDA COAST. WE WILL HAVE TO GET IN HERE AND MOVE THE MAP UP. AS WE GET THE NEW WARNINGS IN. >>SPEAKING OF STORM SURGE, WE WILL SHOW YOU THE STORM SURGE AS WELL AS LOCAL IMPACTS AND HOW MATTHEW, THREE YEARS AGO, IS LIKE OR NOT LIKE DORIAN RIGHT NOW.>>LOOK AT VIDEO THAT SHOWS SOME OF THE DEVASTATION THAT MIKE MENTIONED FROM DORIAN IN THE BAHAMAS. THREE DIFFERENT LAND FALLS, EVERY ISLAND HAD STORM SURGE AND STRONG WIND. THE BAHAMAS INFORMATION SERVICE IS REPORTING ONE DEATH. MORE VIDEO SHOWS JUST HOW SERIOUS THAT FLOODING IS. THE WATER NEARLY AT A CARS WINDOW. THE PRIME MINISTER CALLED TODAY, THE MOST SAD AND WORST DAY OF MY LIFE. WE WILL MONITOR THOSE IMAGES COMING OUT OF THE BAHAMAS. LET’S GET YOU CAUGHT UP ON THE LATEST. LOCAL MANDATORY EVACUATION STARTED AT 8 AM AND PARTS OF ST. JOHNS COUNTY, DUVAL COUNTY AND NASSAU COUNTY . DUVAL COUNTY ZONES A AND B SHOULD EVACUATE . YOU CAN SEE THAT IS THE COASTAL AREA, THE LOW-LYING FLOOD-PRONE AREAS NEAR RIVERS AND CREEKS. IN ST. JOHNS COUNTY, ZONES A AND B IN VACUO WAITING INCLUDING ST. AUGUSTINE AND ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH AS WELL AS AREAS ALONG THE ST. JOHNS RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES. LET’S LOOK AT NASSAU COUNTY , THE MANDATORY EVACUATIONS IS FOR ZONES A, C AND F THEY ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN ORANGE AND BLUE AND RED. >>AGAIN, A HURRICANE WATCH IN EFFECT FOR NORTHEAST FLORIDA. IN THE LAST HOUR MANDATORY EVACUATIONS WERE ISSUED FOR EVERYONE EAST OF I-95 IN CAMDEN COUNTY AND GLYNN COUNTY. THERE ARE 24 SHELTERS OR OPENING TOMORROW IN OUR AREA. >>WE HAVE NEW VIDEO OF A FRONT END LOADER AT WORK ON JAX BEACH NEXT TO PEOPLE AND JOINS THE END AND SUN. IT WAS PUSHING STAND UP ON THE DUNES IN AN EFFORT TO REINFORCE THEM BEFORE THE WINDS IN SURF ARRIVE . TAKE A LOOK AT SOME DRONE VIDEO THAT SHOWS HEAVY SURF HITTING JACKSONVILLE BEACH THIS WAS THIS AFTERNOON AND IT’S NOT SAFE TO BE IN THE WATER YOU SEE PEOPLE WALKING ALONG THE SHORELINE. THE BEACHES IN DUVAL COUNTY WILL BE CLOSED IN ONE HOUR UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. ACTION NEWS JAX BEN BECKER IS AT JAX BEACH. THOSE MANDATORY EVACUATION START FOR ZONES A AND B TOMORROW MORNING AT 8:00 .>> Reporter: THAT’S RIGHT AND YOU CAN SEE WHY. THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH DORIAN BUT YET, MASSIVE WAVES. THIS IS HIGH TIDE. YOU CAN SEE HOW HIGH THE WAVES ARE AS WE ARE HERE AT THE JAX BEACH PIER. IT’S NOT THE WATER YOU WILL WANT TO GET INTO AT ALL TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MORNING WHEN YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE ON THE BEACH STARTING AT 8 AM. OCEAN RESCUE TELLS ME THEY WILL BE FLYING A DOUBLE RED FLAG TOMORROW. THERE ARE NO GUARANTEE YEARS THEY WILL RESCUE YOU ON THE WATER. IT’S DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES AND BEACHGOERS WHO CAME TO JAX BEACH FOR LABOR DAY WEEKEND. HIGH SURF AND HIGH ANXIETY AND JAX BEACH FOR ASHLEY GIBSON. >>I WOULD NOT GET IN NOW. IT LOOKS WAY TOO ROUGH. >>Reporter: THE OCEAN IS OUT OF THE QUESTION ON LABOR DAY. THIS COMES IS ALL SWIMMING AND SURFING IN NEPTUNE, ATLANTIC AND JAX BEACH IS BANNED AT MIDNIGHT. THE PARTY HAS BEEN GOING ON AT THE TIKI BAR. IT IS NOT PACKED. HOW MUCH HAS THIS IMPACTED BUSINESS? >>A LOT. >>Reporter: THE GENERAL MANAGER SAYS HE WILL LIKELY CLOSE TOMORROW WITH THE STORM COSTING 50% OF THE NORMAL LABOR DAY WEEKEND BUSINESS. >>MANY PEOPLE THAT ARE NOT WORKING TOMORROW ARE PROBABLY PACKING UP AND GOING TO ANOTHER CITY. >>Reporter: BUSINESSES LIKE PETCO AND TRADER JOE’S AND BOARDED UP. SURFER SHELBY IS GOING TO PUT AWAY HIS BOARD OR IS HE? >>I’M GOING TO STAY OUT AND I’M GOING TO STAY SAFE. >>Reporter: WHAT’S REALLY GOING TO HAPPEN? >>I DON’T KNOW. WE WILL SEE IN THE MORNING. >>Reporter: WE WILL SEE IN THE MORNING. CURFEW STARTS HERE AT JAX BEACH 10 PM TOMORROW AS WELL AS ALCHOHOL SALES WILL BE PROHIBITED STARTING TOMORROW. A LOT OF CHANGES ARE COMING AS DORIAN MAKES ITS WAY TO OUR AREA. BEN BECKER CBS 47 FOX 30 ACTION NEWS JAX .>> THE CITIES OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH , NEPTUNE BEACH AND ATLANTIC BEACH ANNOUNCE CURFEW MONDAY NIGHT AT 10:00 UNTIL 6 AM THE FOLLOWING MORNING EVERY DAY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. ALCHOHOL SALES WILL STOP IN BOTH CITIES AT 10 PM MONDAY NIGHT. >>>TODAY IN ST. JOHNS COUNTY, SAND WAS DUMPED TO FORM A BARRIER AT THE END OF PORPOISE POINT. THE HOPE IS THAT IT WILL PREVENT WATER FROM MAKING ITS WAY INTO THE NEIGHBORHOOD WHICH SUFFERED DURING HURRICANES MATTHEW AND IRMA. ACTION NEWS JAX BRIDGETTE MATTER JOINS US IN ST. JOHNS COUNTY AND DAVIS SHORES WHERE THEY ARE IN THE MANDATORY EVACUATION ZONE AND HAS SEEN DEVASTATING FLOODING IN THE PASS. YOU FOUND A WOMAN WHO PUT PLASTIC AROUND HER ENTIRE HOME?>>Reporter: JOHN, I’VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS IN ALL OF THE TIMES WE’VE COVERED STRONGS STORMS. I’M GOING TO GIVE YOU LOOK AT HER HOUSE. SHE SPENT A FEW DAYS, SHE SPENT $400 ON THE PLASTIC AS WELL AS THE SANDBAGS. THERE ARE ABOUT 300 AROUND THE HOME. SHE HOPES THIS WILL BE ENOUGH TO KEEP WATER OUT, IF THE FLOODING GETS UP INTO HER HOME. WE FOUND BRITTANY WRAPPING HER HOME IN HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC IN THE DAVIS SHORES NEIGHBORHOOD. >>WE STARTED OUT BY DOING PLASTIC ALL AROUND THE HOUSE. >>Reporter: SHE’S DOING IT WITH 300 SANDBAGS AND A LOT OF DUCK TAPE. >>THIS IS ONLY THE THIRD ROLE.>>Reporter: SHE WILL RIDE OUT THE STORM, SHE AND OTHERS WHO LIVE IN DAVIS STORES HAS LOOK DEALT WITH MAJOR FLOODING. WHEN THE STORM COMES NEIGHBORS HERE KNOW THE RISKS. >>WE ARE GETTING SCARED SO IT’S A TOUGH CALL. >>Reporter: THEY ARE CONSIDERED ZONE A AND ZONES A AND B IS CLOSE TO 149,000 PEOPLE WHO WERE ASKED TO EVACUATE . WE SAW PEOPLE MOVING OUT WITH PLANS TO LEAVE. BUT WILL THIS PLASTIC HOUSE STAND A CHANCE? >>IF IT WORKS IT’S WORTH IT. >>Reporter: WE WILL HAVE TO WAIT AND SEE. THE EEOC HAS SAID AT 4 PM TOMORROW THEY WILL HAVE ANOTHER UPDATE SIMILAR TO THE ONE THEY HAD TODAY AND THEY TOLD US TO REMIND VIEWERS THAT IF YOU ARE IN AND EVACUATION ZONE AND YOU DECIDE TO STAY AND RUN INTO TROUBLE. IF IT IS TOO DANGEROUS FIRS RESPONDERS MAY NOT GET YOU. BRIDGETTE MATTER CBS 47 ACTION NEWS JAX. >> TEAM COVERAGE CONTINUES WITH ACTION NEWS JAX BRITTNEY VERNER IS LOOKING AT NASSAU COUNTY. >>Reporter: COUNTY LEADERS ARE CALLING FOR MANDATORY EVACUATIONS IN ZONES A, C AND F . ZONE A IS IN RED, THAT’S AMELIA ISLAND AND OTHER FLOOD- PRONE AREAS. ZONE C IS AN ORANGE AND ZONE F IS IN BLUE. SOME NEIGHBORS SAY THEY ARE STAYING PUT. >>I’M NOT WORRIED ABOUT THE SEARCH. I’M NOT GOING. I’M GOING TO STAY. >>Reporter: HER STORY HAS LIVED IN FERNANDINA SO SHE SEEN HER SHARE OF HURRICANES. >>I’M NOT SCARED AT ALL. >>Reporter: COUNTY LEADERS SAID THEY WILL PROVIDE SHELTER FOR MORE THAN 600 PEOPLE AND 150 OF THOSE SPACES ARE FOR PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS. >>IN ADDITION TO THE STATED ZONES, ANYONE LIVING IN LOW- LYING AREAS, MOBILE HOME SOLAR MANUFACTURED HOUSES OR OTHERWISE HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT SAFETY MAY USE OUR SHELTERS. >>Reporter: THE COUNTY HAS BEGIN CLOSING BEACH ACCESS POINTS AND GIVEN OUT MORE THAN 40,000 SANDBAGS. BRITTNEY VERNER CBS 47 ACTION NEWS JAX. >>>HURRICANE WATCH HAS BEEN INCLUDING COASTAL NASSAU COUNTY, DUVAL COUNTY IN ST. JOHNS COUNTY. I’M ACTION NEWS JAX CHIEF METEOROLOGIST MIKE BURESH. AS WE TRACK DORIAN THE HURRICANE WATCHES TO THE FLORIDA-GEORGIA BORDER AND THE WIDTH OF THOSE WINDS IS CRITICAL AS THE EYE APPROACHES. I’LL SHOW YOU THIS MAP IN AN’S ENTIRETY COMING UP. >>>THE OUTPOURING OF SUPPORT FOR THE HUMANE SOCIETY. >>>EVACUATING THE BASE, GETTING THE NAVY’S HELICOPTERS OUT OF HARM’S WAY. >>>AS WE HEAD TO BREAK WE WANT TO GIVE YOU ANOTHER LOOK AT THE BAHAMAS. CARS, HOMES, PROPERTY DESTROYED BY THE From the couldn’t be prouders to the wait did
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visit a store today.>>>ACTION NEWS JAX TRACKING HURRICANE DORIAN 24 HOURS A DAY THROUGH THE NINTH. THIS IS NEW SATELLITE VIDEO SHOWING THE STORM TURNING OVER THE BAHAMAS AS IT MOVES TOWARDS FLORIDA’S GOES. >>NAVAL STATION MAYPORT WILL EVACUATE TOMORROW AT 8 AM. NAS JAX WAS BEGINNING TODAY. COURTNEY COLE SHOWS US WHERE THE CHOPPERS ARE HEADING. >>WE’VE BEEN PREPPING ALL WEEK AND HATCHING A PLAN TO GET THE AIRCRAFT OUT OF HERE. >>Reporter: THE COMMANDING OFFICER OF HELICOPTER MARITIME STRIKE 40 SAID IT’S ATLANTIC >>>WING IS LAUNCHING BETWEEN 60 TO 70 HELICOPTERS FROM NAS JAX AND NAVAL STATION MAYPORT. >>THE CAPTAIN SAID THERE ARE 18 OF THESE AIRCRAFT AND HIS SQUADRON, SEVEN WILL REMAIN ANGERED. >>WE ARE MOVING THE HELICOPTERS OUT BECAUSE OF THIS POINT WE ARE UNSURE OF THE TRACK OF DORIAN. IT’S NOT WORTH THE RISK TO THE HELICOPTER. >>Reporter: HE TELLS ME THE HELICOPTERS ARE BEING TAKEN TO MAXVILLE AIR FORCE BASE AND ALABAMA AND VIRGINIA. >>THE LAST TIME WE MOVED FOR HURRICANE IRMA. >>Reporter: HE SAID THERE IS NO TIMELINE OF WHEN THEY WILL BRING THE HELICOPTERS BACK. >>THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS WE ARE TAKING PRECAUTIONS AND WE ARE GETTING OUT OF HERE. MAYBE, PEOPLE MIGHT DETERMINE THAT AS EARLY. >>Reporter: HE SUGGESTS EVERYONE WATCHING TAKE THE SAME TYPE OF EARLY STEPS. >>PUT THEIR FAMILIES AND HOUSES AND MAKE SURE THEY ARE READY. >>Reporter: COURTNEY COLE CBS 47 ACTION NEWS JAX. >>4500 NATIONAL GUARD TROOPS ARE READY ACROSS FLORIDA. THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD IS GETTING READY AHEAD OF DORIAN THESE ARE NEW VIDEOS OF MEMBER S WORKING ON VEHICLES.>>> JACKSONVILLE’S MOST ACCURATE WEATHER FORECAST, ACTION NEWS JAX FIRST ALERT WEATHER. >>CERTIFIED BROADCAST METEOROLOGIST COREY SIMMA JOINING ME. WE HAVE NEW WATCHES ISSUED. >>A LOT COMING DOWN AS THE TRACK SHIFTS VERY SLIGHT ADJUSTMENTS IN THE 11:00 TRACK FROM THE HURRICANE CENTER. >>JUST EAST AND GENERALLY THAT’S GOOD NEWS BUT IT’S POWERFUL AND IT WILL BE STRONG EAST OF FLORIDA. THAT’S WHY THE WATCHES HAVE BEEN EXTENDED IN THE ORANGE IT’S A TROPICAL STORM WATCH AND THEN THERE’S A TROPICAL STORM WATCH AS FAR INLAND OF HIGHWAY 301. HURRICANE WATCH INLAND AS FAR AS I-95 IN ABOUT 48 HOURS YOU COULD HAVE HURRICANES WIND CONDITIONS IN TROPICAL STORM WHEN CONDITIONS. SOME MAY BY EARLY TOMORROW MORNING, IT WOULDN’T TAKE LONG BUT COULD BE EXTENDED INTO SOUTHEASTERN GEORGIA. WE HAVE A STORM SURGE WATCH UP THROUGH COASTAL ST. JOHNS, DUVAL COUNTY AND NASSAU COUNTY WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR STORM SURGE AT THE COAST 4-6 FEET IN THE INTERCOASTAL. THERE’S DORIAN CHURNING THROUGH THE BAHAMAS QUITE LITERALLY. IT’S A DEVASTATING BLOW 12:40 WAS THE FIRST LANDFILL THE OFFICIAL AND 2:00 GREAT ABACO ISLAND AND OUR THIRD ONE ON THE GREAT PALMA ISLAND AND IT WILL CUT RIGHT ACROSS INTO FREEPORT. IT APPEARS TO BE TIED AT LEAST IN WINDSPEED FOR THE MOST INTENSE HURRICANE TO EVER MAKE LANDFALL IN THE ENTIRE ATLANTIC BASIN. HERE’S THE AN UPDATED TRACK JUST SOUTHEAST OF FLORIDA AND EAST OF JACKSONVILLE . WE WILL ZOOM IN. THERE IS THE TURN, CRITICAL TURN FOR SOUTHEAST PORTIONS OF FLORIDA. REALIZE WITH A HURRICANE THIS LARGE, THIS INTENSE. THE WAVE BATTERING UP-AND-DOWN THE CLOTHES WILL BE SEVERE. LIKELY MORE SEVERE THAN MATTHEW EVEN THOUGH IT’S NOT AS CLOSE TO THE COAST AS MATTHEW WAS. THERE IS THE POINT ABOUT 70 MILES EAST OF JACKSONVILLE AT ITS CLOSEST POINT WEDNESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY EVENING. THE WIND FIELD WILL MAKE IT INTO SOUTHERN ST. JOHNS COUNTY BY 11:00 TUESDAY EVENING , TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS BY 6:00 WEDNESDAY MORNING THE TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS MAKE IT INTO THE DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE AREA AND MUCH OF THE AREA EAST OF I-95 TO THE COAST BY NOON ON WEDNESDAY. THE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS AREN’T FAR OFF BUT THEY STAY OFFSHORE IN THE WESTSIDE GENERALLY WEAKER AS A WHOLE ANYWAY. MATTHEW, THAT’S BRINGING BACK A LOT OF MEMORIES. DORIAN’S TRACK IS QUITE SIMILAR EAST OF JACKSONVILLE ACCOUNT 2 OR 3 . A BEACH BEATING BUT THE DIFFERENCE IS THAT THIS IS A MUCH STRONGER HURRICANE CLOSER TO FLORIDA. THAT COULD MEAN ESPECIALLY BIG WAVES AT THE BEACHES, POSSIBLE WE WILL HAVE BREAKERS OF MORE THAN 20 FEET. SOME OF THE LOCAL IMPACTS WITH COREY. >>WE ARE BREAKING THIS DOWN REGION BY REGION INLAND AND COASTAL. THIS IS THE COASTAL COMMUNITIES BOTH NORTHEAST FLORIDA AND SOUTHEAST GEORGIA. WINDS 40 TO 60 PLUS MILES PER HOUR IN THEIR OF THE WAVES 15 TO 20 FOOT PLUS, STORM SURGE 4- 6 FEET AND WE CAN’T FORGET ABOUT THE RAINFALL 6-8 INCHES OUR FORECAST FOR COASTAL AREAS. I-95 TO HIGHWAY 301 IN FLORIDA, THOSE WINDS WILL BE LESS 20 TO 40 PLUS. RIVER SEARCH CANNOT BE FORGOTTEN WITH THE RIVER AND CREEK FLOODING. RAINFALL A LITTLE BIT LESS AS WELL. MOVING INLAND IN NORTHEAST FLORIDA WINDS 15 TO 20 MILES AN HOUR AND RAINFALL A LITTLE LESS LIKE THE WIND AROUND 1-4 INCHES PICK GEORGIA COASTAL COMMUNITIES 40 TO 60 PLUS MILES PER HOUR AND THE WAVES VERY HIGH 15 TO 20 FOOTERS EXPECTED. STORM SURGE 3-6 FEET WITH THE RAINFALL 4-7 INCHES. MOVING INLAND SOUTHEAST GEORGIA LET’S WIND AND RAIN. 1-4 INCHES EXPECTED. >>OVER THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS, WHILE WE DEEL WITH DORIAN’S THROUGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT WE WILL STILL HAVE SHOWERS AND STORMS AHEAD OF THE SYSTEM NOT DIRECTLY AFFECTED BY DORIAN MONDAY AND TUESDAY. BY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ON THE BACKSIDE OF THE STORM WILL BREAK OUT INTO SUNSHINE AND IT TURNS HOT INTO NEXT WEEKEND. ALL OF YOUR LATEST FIRST ALERT WEATHER INFORMATION AT WWW.ACTIONNEWSJAX.COM DOWNLOAD THE WEATHER APP AND GARRETT BEDENBAUGH WILL BE YOUR FIRST THING. I’LL BE ON THE RADIO NEWS 105.5. >>>EVACUATIONS ARE UNDERWAY THE COUNTIES THAT ARE SENDING PEOPLE OUR WAY. >>>MANDATORY EVACUATION STARTED IN PALM BEACH, MARTIN AND ST. LUCIE COUNTIES AND THEY WILL START MONDAY IN BREVARD AND VOLUSIA COUNTY ALONG WITH COUNTIES WAS THE HOME. HEALTH FIRST CAPE CANAVERAL HOSPITAL IN COCOA BEACH BEGAN EVACUATING DOZENS OF PATIENTS. >>THERE ARE NEW VIDEOS POPPING UP ON SOCIAL MEDIA SHOWING THE DAMAGE IN THE BAHAMAS. HERE IS AN IMAGE FROM THE ABACO ISLANDS. YOU CAN SEE THE RUSHING WATER, POWER LINES ARE DOWN AND THERE IS A LOT OF DAMAGE. WE WILL SEE MORE IMAGES TOMORROW. >>DOESN’T SHOWED UP TO BRING SHELTER PETS INTO THEIR HOMES FOR THE WEEK THE JACKSONVILLE HUMANE SOCIETY CALLS THESE PEOPLE STORM TROOPERS, THEY ALL AGREED TO PETS UNTIL FRIDAY TO MAKE SPACE IN THE SHELTER FOR OTHER ANIMALS. THE HUMANE SOCIETY WILL BE OPEN AT HAVERTYS, WE KNOW
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with Olay.>>>S HURRICANE DORIAN POUNDS THE BAHAMAS , SOME IN NORTHEAST FLORIDA ARE PREPARED TO GET OUT OF THE STORM’S PATH. >>BE PREPARED AND BE CALM BUT YOU NEED TO LEAVE. >>OTHERS ARE PROTECTING THEIR PROPERTY. >>THIS IS ONLY ROLE THREE. >>USING ANYTHING TO PROTECT THEIR HOMES.>>>THIS IS ACTION NEWS JAX SPECIAL COVERAGE TRACKING DORIAN. >> JUST MOMENTS AGO THE LATEST UPDATE ON HURRICANE DORIAN WAS RELEASED. THE BIGGEST CHANGES RIGHT NOW, WE ARE UNDER A HURRICANE WATCH AND A STORM SURGE WATCH WITH THE STORM MOVING EVER SO SLIGHTLY OFF OF OUR COAST. IT’S FARTHER EAST ACCORDING TO ACTION NEWS JAX FIRST ALERT CHIEF METEOROLOGIST MIKE BURESH WHO WILL BREAK DOWN THE CHANGES HERE IN JUST A MOMENT. THE ACTION NEWS JAX TEAM IS STANDING BY TO BRING YOU VITAL INFORMATION ON LOCAL EVACUATION ORDERS, SCHOOL CLOSINGS IN SCHOOL CURFEWS. >>>I’M JOHN BACHMAN. >>>I AM GHES. >>>WE ARE GOING TO OUR WEATHER CENTER WITH ACTION NEWS JAX CHIEF METEOROLOGIST MIKE BURESH BREAKING DOWN THE LATEST 11:00 P.M. ADVISORY . >>WE JUST GOT THE NUMBERS AND YOU CAN SEE WE CONTINUE TO HAVE A POWERFUL HURRICANE WITH WINDS OF ABOUT 180 MILES PER HOUR. IT’S DOWN SLIGHTLY BUT OBVIOUSLY STILL A DEVASTATING CATEGORY 5 HURRICANE AND THE PRESSURE IS UP ONLY SLIGHTLY. THIS IS STILL AN EXTREME HURRICANE, ABOUT 350 GIVE OR TAKE MILES FROM JACKSONVILLE. LOOKING AT CROSS GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND. THE EYE WILL MOVE

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