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Hurricane Dorian seen from International Space Station

Hurricane Dorian’s projected path brings it closer to the northeast coast as it continues to weaken. See what the Category 1 storm looks like from space.


According to the National Hurricane Center, the forecast track shows the center of Dorian moving near or over the coast of North Carolina Friday morning. The center is then projected to move southeast of New England Friday night and Saturday morning, and then across the Nova Scotia late Saturday or Saturday night.

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