Hurricane Dorian quick links – September 2
Now a category 4 storm, Hurricane Dorian has slowed and is moving west to northwest over the Bahamas today.
The National Hurricane Center is forecasting the massive storm to move dangerously close to the east coast of Florida tonight. It is expected to reach the Georgia and South Carolina coasts by Wednesday night and into Thursday.
To aid EigenPrism users with event scenario analysis, quick links for historical storm comparisons are provided below along with the current event footprint links.
Quick links – shown below – provide EigenPrism users with direct, one-click access to the footprints as of today’s date. These links are time-dependent, please check the Event News section of the EigenPrism home page for daily updates.
- Quick Link – for tropical storm force wind probabilities for the next 120 hours as of 9/02
- Quick Link – for hurricane force wind probabilities for the next 120 hours as of 9/01
- Quick Link – forecast wind swath (Advisory 37)
- Quick Link – 5-day forecast maximum winds as of 9/01
- Quick Link – Day 3 excessive rainfall outlook valid from 9/04 – 9/05
- Quick Link – NHC potential storm surge flooding map (Advisory 37)
- Historical Comparison Quick Link – Hurricane Matthew 2016 – observed max winds as of Oct 10, 2016
- Historical Comparison Quick Link – Hurricane Irma 2017 – observed max winds as of Sep 13, 2017
To speed analysis, the EigenProfile module contains an automated forecast Impact Summary report template – simply search for Dorian in My Workspace, click to view, then copy and save with your exposure and today’s date.
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