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MUST SEE: Cape Hatteras walloped as Dorian remains a Cat 1 hurricane

The damage that the storm brought, even at Category 1, was substantial.

Days after stalling out over The Bahamas, Hurricane Dorian has now sped up, and is currently walloping the coast of North Carolina.

The storm is now a Category 1 hurricane – thankfully much weaker than it has been in several days, but the intensity of the wind and rain can still be seen in footage from the east coast tourism hot spots.

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Dorian was still a massive storm at the time it made landfall.

Damage looked to be substantial.

The powerful storm should move off into the Atlanta Ocean after clipping the outer banks of the Carolina shoreline.

 

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