New Jersey out of the storm’s path


Computer guidance models continue to keep Dorian’s future track about 200 miles away from the Jersey Shore — so there’s no threat of a direct hit here. However, forecasters say parts of New Jersey will still feel some impacts from the storm.

But besides the strong wind gusts and rough surf, it appears most of New Jersey will escape the wrath of Hurricane Dorian — “as long as the storm behaves itself” and stays on its forecast track, the meteorologist in charge at the National Weather Service’s regional forecast office in Mount Holly said.


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