The news from Abaco and Grand Bahama.
HURRICANE Dorian could intensify into a “very damaging” 156mph Category Four storm that lingers for hours in the Bahamas, according to AccuWeather senior meteorologist Dan Kottlowski yesterday.
AS Hurricane Dorian continues to barrel its way toward The Bahamas bringing with it potentially devastating winds, rain and storm surge, Abaco residents are preparing for the worst. While New Providence, Eleuthera, Abaco, Grand Bahama, North Andros,
GRAND Bahama residents have been warned to expect severe flooding due to storm surge from Hurricane Dorian. The advice came from State Minister for Grand Bahama Kwasi Thompson yesterday, who said there may be evacuation orders for some low lying are
HURRICANE Dorian could intensify into a “very damaging” 156mph Category Four storm that lingers for hours in the Bahamas, according to AccuWeather senior meteorologist Dan Kottlowski Thursday.
IT IS still too early to tell whether Tropical Storm Dorian will strengthen into a hurricane in time to affect the country.
5pm BPL Street Smart Tropical Update (Courtesy of Bahamas 'First Alert' Aviation, Climate and Severe Weather Network)
FORECASTERS yesterday projected there was now a 50-50 chance Tropical Storm Dorian could become a “big deal” for the country by strengthening into a hurricane once it reaches warm waters in the coming days.
NEWLY formed Tropical Storm Dorian is projected to have no significant impact on The Bahamas, according to forecasters.
MIAMI (AP) — Forecasters say the fourth tropical storm of the Atlantic hurricane season has strengthened as it moves toward the Lesser Antilles.
Torrential rains which swamped New Providence are expected to clear up by later today with the damaging weather system heading north towards Florida. Yesterday’s rains prompted a severe weather warning but the chances of a tropical cyclone forming are considered “slim”.
ALTHOUGH the Bahamas is predicted to have a “normal” hurricane season, Deputy Prime Minister K Peter Turnquest yesterday pointed out that it “only takes one storm to really cause devastation.”He noted the major hurricanes of 2015, 2016, and 2017 cost
A 48-year-old man yesterday denied allegations he was caught with over $100,000 worth of drugs he planned to sell.
The weather on Grand Bahama took a strange turn today as hailstones rained down.