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Georgia, Carolinas Prepare for Possible Hurricane Irma Coastal Strike
08 September 2017, 12:53 | Franklin Nunez
Gulf Co. Prepares for Hurricane Irma; Declares Emergency
Jones told a news conference Wednesday in Savannah that it's possible Irma could strike the Georgia coast early next week as a powerful Category 3 or 4 hurricane.
S.C. Adjutant General Bob Livingston said he is preparing for a Category 4 storm, though forecasts say Irma should be weaker than that when it arrives in SC.
Deal also issued a mandatory evacuation order for all areas east of I-95, all of Chatham County and some areas west of I-95 that could be impacted by potential storm surge from Hurricane Irma. With the memories of flooding and damage from last year's Hurricane Matthew still on the minds of so many, officials had little problem stirring residents to action.
Georgia's governor is joining other states in doubling down on evacuation orders.
McMaster also ordered health care facilities along the coast to begin evacuations effective Thursday at 2 p.m. This includes all counties in the evacuation order, among others in southeastern Georgia. The powerful storm, now at Category 5, is expected to reach SC late Monday.
As Hurricane Irma bears down on the Caribbean and Florida, the governors of both North Carolina and SC have declared states of emergency.
Sharp said models have been inconsistent as to when and where the hurricane will turn north and that people in the Piedmont should be paying attention to the storm this weekend and preparing as necessary.
Putin: Trump is not my bride
Ms Haley said the United States would circulate new draft sanctions and wants the Security Council to vote on them Sept 11. North Korea on Sunday claimed to have tested a hydrogen bomb that can be mounted to an intercontinental ballistic missile.
US bombers drill over Korean peninsula
Constant North Korean provocations do not seriously disturb Seoul-based foreigners like Matthew Crawford either. After the meeting Japanese Ambassador Koro Bessho said "We'll be talking about next steps starting now".
Kenyatta urges for calm after Supreme Court ruling
Judge David Maranga, announcing the verdict, said: "The declaration [of Kenyatta's win] is invalid, null and void ". The court ruled 4-2 in Odinga's favor, saying the electoral commission committed "illegalities and irregularities".
Myanmar conflict: almost 125000 refugees flood into Bangladesh
He added that five people were killed in front of his house; his family survived the attack but was told by the soldiers to leave. For, these countries also treat Rohingyas as illegal immigrants , turning back their boats or forcing them into deplorable camps.
Syrian joy as World Cup dream lives on
Trailing 2-1 against rivals Iran as injury time wicked away, it looked for all the world like the dream was over. The former Bayer Leverkusen man said South Korea will make improvements in attack.
Red Sox Used Apple Watches to Steal Yankee Signs
With multiple pieces of evidence in their possession, the league went directly to the Red Sox to present the case. According to reports, the Red Sox admitted to using an Apple Watch to steal the Yankees' signals.