Hurricane Hermine is moving toward Florida’s Gulf Coast, where people put up shutters Thursday, nailed plywood across store windows and braced for the first hurricane to hit the state in over a decade. Hermine is expected to blow ashore late Thursday or early Friday along the state’s Big Bend, where the Florida peninsula meets the Panhandle, then push into Georgia, the Carolinas and up the East Coast as a tropical storm.
Hurricane Hermine is moving toward Florida’s Gulf Coast, where people put up shutters Thursday, nailed plywood across store windows and braced for the first hurricane to hit the state in over a decade. Hermine is expected to blow ashore late Thursday or early Friday along the state’s Big Bend, where the Florida peninsula meets the Panhandle, then push into Georgia, the Carolinas and up the East Coast as a tropical storm. National Hurricane Center
Hurricane Hermine is moving toward Florida’s Gulf Coast, where people put up shutters Thursday, nailed plywood across store windows and braced for the first hurricane to hit the state in over a decade. Hermine is expected to blow ashore late Thursday or early Friday along the state’s Big Bend, where the Florida peninsula meets the Panhandle, then push into Georgia, the Carolinas and up the East Coast as a tropical storm. National Hurricane Center