Sept. 3 – noon: What are journos covering as the long days of Hurricane Dorian continue

Hurricane is expected to reduce down to a Category 2 as it approaches the coast of Florida. High winds and tides will cause flooding near homes and business directly on the coast. Flickr photo

Staff Reports |

Journalists are deployed all over Florida and the southeastern shores of the Atlantic waiting for Hurricane Dorian to proceed north to possibly hit the lowcountry of Georgia and South Carolina and as far up as North Carolina’s coastline.

Here are some reports from various journalists, both print, online and broadcast are covering at noon today:

WESH-TV, Orlando, Fla. VIDEO BELOW “Orange County officials provide an update as Hurricane Dorian begins to inch northwestward”

Will Greenlee, Reporter,“‘I just came out to check to see if we still have a dock.’ Whitecaps dot river along South Indian River Drive”

Jon Shainman, Anchor & Reporter, WTPV-TV “Port St. Lucie crews clean canals, prepare for rain from Dorian”

Antonia Jaramillo, Space Trends Reporter, Florida Today, “Hurricane Dorian: Space Coast looks like ‘ghost town’ ahead of storm”

Richard Tribou, Travel Editor, Orlando Sentinel, “When will Hurricane Dorian hit Orlando?Richard Tribou, Travel Editor, Orlando Sentinel.”

Laura Jazmin Tolliver, Digital Reporter, The Daytona Beach News-Journal, “Hurricane Dorian: Florida received more than 2,000 reports of price gouging.”

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