Dorian One of Strongest, Longest-Lasting Hurricanes on Record in the Atlantic

This Inside Climate News article discusses hurricane Dorian. After the devastation in the Bahamas, the U.S. coast was largely spared, but even a wobble in Dorian’s storm track could have brought very different results.

Hurricane Dorian spun away from North Carolina’s Outer Banks on Friday as one of the longest-lasting named storms and the most powerful on record to hit the Bahamas, and it wasn’t finished yet—a hurricane warning had been posted for Nova Scotia, Canada.

Compared to the path of devastation Dorian left across the northern Bahamas, the U.S. coast had largely been spared.

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