December4 , 2022

    Relief efforts for the Bahamas in Miami Dade

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    Hurricane Dorian is a tropical cyclone that just impacted the Bahamas in a devastating way. Also threatening the Southeastern United States coastline causing a panic among the Miami Dade and Broward residents.

    On August 24 Dorian developed from a tropical wave in the Central Atlantic before gradually intensifying and becoming a category 4 hurricane around August 28. Then in the next few days becoming a category 5 that was parked right over the Island of Great Abaco and Grand Bahamas. With winds of 185 mph and land fall tides. Hurricane Dorian has become the strongest landfall hurricane in the Atlantic ocean. With heavy rainfalls, prolonged storm conditions and storm surge damage in the Bahamas which has been extensive. 

    In the United States mostly in Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina and Virginia declared a state of emergency, especially in Florida where the storm was originally headed and expected to ravish through Miami.

    The panic of Hurricane Dorian’s arrival caused many Miami Dade and Broward residents to prepare cautiously. All across Miami Dade and throughout many residents were clearing out bo