Hurricane Dorian is expected to make landfall as a Category 4 storm Monday, with winds exceeding 130 mph. It's on track to be the strongest hurricane Central Florida has seen in years.
Officials urge residents not to arrive beforehand, and included a check-list of items residents should bring. The list includes a 3-day water supply, necessary documents, clothes and bedding.
"Orange County will be opening general population shelters for Central Floridians who have been evacuated from their homes, for those who live in low-lying areas, and for others seeking shelter from the storm," according to the county website. "Shelters are alcohol, drug and weapon free. Individuals should come prepared with supplies."
We will open 12 evacuation shelters on Sunday, Sept 1 at 8 a.m. If you decide to seek shelter, please DO NOT arrive beforehand. View the latest information for Orange County residents at https://t.co/HCup9GSdnP. Shelter information can also be found at https://t.co/Iyga2JMtY4. pic.twitter.com/HAFVCOJlym— Orange County FL (@OrangeCoFL) August 30, 2019
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