GEORGIA — After slamming Georgia’s coast on Wednesday, Hurricane Dorian has once again become a category three storm as it moves north-northest along the South and North Carolina coasts. More than 15,000 people in extreme southeast Georgia are without power, according to PowerOutage.US. The National Hurricane Center said Georgia’s coast is still experiencing tropical storm conditions in the storm’s wake.

Forecasters predict Dorian’s center will continue moving close to the South Carolina coast on Thursday, and then approach North Carolina Thursday night and Friday.

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