11am update: August 31 – Hurricane Dorian
- Wind Speed: 150mph
- Max Gusts: 184mph
- Category 4 Storm
- Probability of Tropical Storm Force Winds in Miami Springs has dropped to 41%
GREAT NEWS FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY
The National Hurricane Center is forecasting that powerful Category 4 Hurricane Dorian will move north. At this time Dorian is NOT expected to make landfall in Miami-Dade County or Fort Lauderdale. In fact, if you look at the models below, it may completely miss Florida.
Miami-Dade County / Ft. Lauderdale are no longer in the cone of concern.
Nevertheless, until the storm clears our area, it’s important to keep an eye on it. We may still see squally weather, but the chances of tropical storm force winds have reduced greatly. The chances of losing power also drops as the chances of tropical storm force winds decrease.
Bottom line, stay tuned to the forecast, but Labor Day Weekend is looking a whole lot brighter as the National Hurricane Center continues to predict a northerly turn.
There’s a party tonight open to everyone at the Miami Springs Country Club. VIVA will be performing LIVE at Hole 19, the new Scratch Kitchen and Bar.
Kick back, relax, enjoy a cold drink, and the let stress of Hurricane Dorian wash away.