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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp expanded his state of emergency to include nine more counties, for a total of 21, and issued a mandatory evacuation order for residents of who live east of I-95 in six Georgia counties.
A hurricane watch has been extended to the entire Georgia coast. The region is bracing for 4 to 8 inches of rain this week, with 10 inches in isolated areas.
Atlanta Motor Speedway is opening its camping facilities to evacuees, and the Red Cross of Georgia is in preparation mode. <br/>Here's how you can track the storm. The map below shows Dorian's location and projected path. The blue line is the path predicted by the National Hurricane Center. The blue shaded "cone of uncertainty" is where the storm could possibly go. It is not an indication of the Dorian's size.