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Contact strategy recommendations for Tropical Storm Dorian
ContactRelief is issuing contact strategy recommendations for parts of Florida.
Tropical Storm Dorian Getting Better Organized
Dorian expected to reach hurricane strength by late Wednesday night.
Tropical Storm Dorian Expected to Become a Hurricane Within 48 Hours
ContactRelief has issued a Tropical Weather Strategy alert and recommendations for Puerto Rico.
Tropical Storm Dorian Forms in Atlantic
Meanwhile, forecasters watch tropical disturbances near Texas and Florida. Tropical depression expected to form off Florida's Atlantic coast on Monday.
Tropical Disturbance Likely to Form Off East-Central Florida Coast Early Next Week
The expected area of disturbance is now forecast to be further off-shore but heavy rains are still possible for the Florida peninsula.
Tropical Disturbance Likely to Form Off East-Central Florida Coast
National Hurricane Center says there is a 70% probability of further development.
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NOAA Revises 2019 Hurricane Forecast Upward
Now predicting 10 to 17 named stormed and 2 to 4 major hurricanes.
Tropical Depression Flossie Weakens But Tracks Closer To Hawaii
The storm is expected to bring heavy rainfall and rough surf conditions to Hawaii as it passes the Big Island and Maui on Monday.
Are you prepared for the next disaster?
Disasters can strike at a moment’s notice. That’s why, at ContactRelief, we provide round the clock disaster monitoring to keep your operations ahead of disasters. With timely, comprehensive recommendations that are accurate to the ZIP code, ContactRelief ensures you focus less on the disaster, and more on your operations.
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