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A resident walks his dog on a flooded road Friday in Salvo, N.C., in the Outer Banks, as Hurricane Dorian drenches the neighborhood with a torrential downpour. The storm made landfall Friday morning as a Category 1 hurricane. Jose Luis Magana/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Many of the streets in Charleston, S.C., were flooded Thursday under the heavy rains of Hurricane Dorian. The storm's eyewall remained offshore at least through early afternoon, but that hasn't saved the Carolinas from severe winds and flooding. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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Water was sold out at a grocery store in North Miami, Fla., on Friday as residents heeded warnings to stockpile a week's worth of food and supplies before Hurricane Dorian arrives on Monday. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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Hurricane Dorian has now left the Caribbean Sea and is predicted to intensify rapidly as it crosses the Atlantic on the way to Florida's central east coast. NOAA/NESDIS/STAR/ GOES-East hide caption

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Hurricane Dorian Expected To Hit Florida Coast With 130 MPH Winds On Labor Day

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A satellite image taken Monday shows Tropical Storm Dorian heading westward toward the Caribbean Sea. The storm could become Hurricane Dorian by late Tuesday, forecasters say. NOAA/NESDIS/STAR/GOES-East hide caption

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The storm surge from Tropical Storm Barry started pushing water into areas around Lake Pontchartrain Friday, as the storm slowly moved toward shore. Here, an SUV travels down Breakwater Drive near the Orleans Marina in New Orleans. The area is behind a flood wall that protects the rest of the city. Matthew Hinton/AP hide caption

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A hurricane warning has been issued for the Gulf Coast of Florida from the Alabama/Florida border eastward to the Suwannee River. The strengthening storm is expected to head north across the Gulf of Mexico before making landfall on Wednesday. NOAA/NWS, Esri, HERE, Garmin, Earthstar Geographics hide caption

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NOAA/NWS, Esri, HERE, Garmin, Earthstar Geographics