GEORGIA — Tropical storm warnings have been issued for the Georgia coast as Hurricane Dorian approaches. Hurricane Dorian was packing 120 mph winds as the powerful storm, now a category 3, pounded the Bahamas for a third straight day and Floridians along parts of the U.S. coast braced for sustained tropical storm-force winds on Tuesday. The storm is currently forecast to hit Georgia’s coastline on Wednesday.
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Tropical storm conditions are expected within the next 36 hours for areas south of Altamaha Sound, which includes Georgia’s Golden Isles, according to the National Hurricane Center. A storm surge warning is in effect from Tybee Island to the Florida line.READ MORE: Anne Heche's Son Mourns His Mother
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