Tropical Storm Dorian has been officially upgraded to a hurricane. It’s expected to make landfall in Florida on Labor Day. While earlier predictions said it would be a category 1, the current
forecast is indicating it will be a category 4 hurricane when it hits the Florida Coast.
Hurricane Dorian’s Path Is in Flux Still
The exact path hasn’t been determined as of yet, but you can follow Hurricane Dorian with CNN’s Storm Tracker. One county in Florida has already declared a local state of emergency.. According to the Pasco County Sheriff’s tweet “The Pasco Board of County Commissioners has issued a Local State of Emergency for Pasco County ahead of Hurricane Dorian.”
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At Restoration 1 we want to help residents and business owners alike within our community get ahead of the hurricane. Our Hurricane Preparedness Guide is packed with information on the 2019 hurricane season including the items needed for your hurricane preparedness kit, how to survive during a hurricane and safety tips for post hurricane.
Download this Hurricane Preparedness Guide
You and your family’s safety is something we take very seriously at Restoration 1. Please follow all local and state issued precautions and warnings. Hurricane Dorian’s damage could be catastrophic. Past category 4 hurricanes caused roofs and walls to be destroyed, fallen trees, downed power lines and even power outages. This infographic on hurricanes breaks down the categories into more detail.
If you find yourself or your loved ones in need of storm damage recovery or water damage recovery services after the storm has passed, please contact us. We are ready to serve you!