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so six miles in, what, 16 hours? there you go. just to the northeast a little bit more over here towards the east for convection. we're noticing dry air getting wrapped into the storm. it's not a perfect circle anypoan anymore. even if it would die, i would be okay with that. it's been over the same water for so long the water is getting colder so we don't have the fuel to the fire to keep it going. florida, georgia, you are officially out of the cone. as the hurricane center will tell you, only 2/3 of the storms stay in the cone, that's what the cone means. we're going to move it up to savannah, charleston, eventually towards the north carolina coast slowing down in intensity. 115 off the coast of savannah. it will take a long time for this to spin down, it really
will. we have hurricane warnings from sebastian up to ponta beidra. we expect hurricane gusts from every one of these bands. category 3, 23 to 25 mile per hour. four to seven foot storm surge because that wind is going in the same direction for so long. the water is piling up in the inner coastal, rivers, streams, creeks, canals, in places where people park their boats, the wind is going up. like the coffee cup. if you blow across the top of it, the waves take the coffee to the other side of the cup. the waves take the ocean current to the other side and that's right now the florida east coast. >> still pretty dramatic. seven foot storm surge. do not relax entirely. chad myers live for us. thank you, sir. >> you're welcome. at least five hurricane-related deaths reported on the islands of abaco
island. that number could rise dramatically. >> the devastation is unprecedented and many homes, buildings and other buildings have been completely or partially destroyed. >> with power cut throughout the island, residents of grand bahama are left to huddle in the dork who rode out the story. >> i think everyone here is pretty much in shock. it's utter destruction. everyone happy we're alive but it's rilelizing you know how awful it is. >> more than 20 u.s. coast guard cutters and
>> on this island where people have lost roofs, they've had their cars submerged, their houses submerged under water and there is the fear tonight that people here could have lost their lives. on the island of abaco, we know that at least five people were killed when dorian passed through there on its way to grand bahama. authorities say they will be going house to house both here and there to look for more victims. here in grand bahama the situation is complicated because the storm continues to rage here. it is whipping wind. rain is coming down. some of the most powerful parts of this hurricane now. we have only felt in the
overnight hours so it is a hurricane that simply does not want to give the people on this island that have already suffered so much a break. dave, christine. >> patrick oppmann there. thank you. mandatory evacuation orders in the tract. the hurricane is expected to reach the carolinas by thursday evening and ahead of the storm the charlotte motor speedway has opened its campground to hurricane evacuees. so has the bristol motor speedway in tennessee. in charleston, south carolina, i-26 now, one way in both directions so visitors and residents can evacuate. myrtle beach, residents are taking the warning seriously and boarding up their homes. storm preparations turning deadly for a 68-year-old man in florida. he fell off a ladder three stories to his death. he was trying to board up his windows.
at least seven hospitals are rising. one shell gas station is selling cases of water for 9 bucks instead of $4. >> in jacksonville animal lovers are stepping up in a big way to help animal lovers taking in 140 cats and 70 dogs into foster homes. >> correspondent nick valencia keeping an eye on conditions. nick, good morning. what are you seeing there? >> reporter: good morning, dave. the wind has been steady all morning long since we've been out here in these overnight hours. in just about 45 minutes ago or so we got hit with our first significant band of rain. as quickly as the wall came down, it left. now we're left with the drizzle here. what is happening among residents we've been seeing last week and the track changes and
dorian is likely to skirt up the area and dismissing that there's going to be any significant damage. emergency management officials - want to hear. part of bravard county is under evacuation. it went into effect at 1 p.m. we were on the beach. more and more people started to show up and look at the waves and saying they are planning on waiting this storm out, planning on hunkering down and taking their chances. that puts emergency management officials out. the long-tim floridian residents say they've been through worse than what is expected. >> shrugging their shoulders. thank you, sir. joining us via skype from west palm beach florida, reginald duran. good morning, chief. nice to see you.
the most recent update from the hurricane center, this monster storm. how are you preparing? >> well, we've been preparing ever since the previous hurricane season. in this operation to make sure we train our people. reassuring the community, that we're here and also give them all the tools that seem to be available. >> our reporter nick valencia reporting that people are shrugging their shoulders and dismissing the storm. he's in melbourne. what are your words of warning to those people who are dismissing the dapg dwer of this storm? >> we still have a very strong storm off our coast. as many of us have seen with this very strong storm
recognize, there's no absolutes with mother nature. we've seen some strong winds, we've seen some gusts, we may see some tropical storm winds so we're very concerned. we've also had issues regarding water, one of the biggest hazards associated with an event is being concerned with that. >> sure. >> the possibility of people getting out too early. we have a number of concerns. we'll continue to educate our department. still staffed up. >> one of the things we've noticed covering the storms, sometimes people wait too late to leave and they get in trouble and sometimes they come back too soon and that's where the downed power lines and the water in the roads can be really deadly even if the skies are clear.
>> no, that's absolutely correct, and that's one of our concerns. that's why, again, we have continually public aware and look at the media. the tropper contact people, keep them abreast. even though things look up safe. >> thank you spore spending some time with us this morning to give us that information. nice to see you. coming up here, more bodies discovered overnight from the awful fire off the california coast. why wasn't there a way out for the dozens trapped in this floating inferno? i've always been fascinated by what's next. and still going for my best, even though i live with a higher risk of stroke due to afib not caused by a heart valve problem. so if there's a better treatment than warfarin... i want that too. eliquis. eliquis is proven
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the jacksonville jaguars will have one less day to get ready for their season opener thanks to hurricane dorian. >> carolyn mannow has the bleacher report. >> good morning, dave and christine. good to be with you this morning. the storm is threatening florida's eastern coast line. players are told to stay away from the facility today and tomorrow. no practice until thursday. the team will be cramming two days of work into one before hosting the kansas city chiefs on sunday.
morrone says the priority is making sure the team and their families are out of harm's way. >> people who have been through this before know things can change and you have to be ready. there's been a lot of discussion on different things. the first priority was to make sure everyone is safe and have a plan. once we know everyone is safe and has a plan, what they're doing, then i think we just take things as they come. >> and the atlanta braves are helping displaced people to be their best for a game. they can get free admission to watch the braves take on the blue jays. some of the proceeds from the games will go towards relief efforts. a thoughtful gesture for some of those impacted. >> nice gesture. they shouldn't have tickets available. they are in first place. they should be selling out games. could the on, atlanta.
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still just barely moving. now a new path for the storm to head north. a brand-new update from the national hurricane center. mayday, mayday, mayday. >> dive boat disaster. dozens feared dead after a holiday boat fire off the california coast. the search effort turns to recovery this morning. he was on a long spiral of going down. >> new insights but more questions about the texas man who shot 29 people saturday. he had failed a background check. now a 17-month-old shot in the chaos is back home. welcome back to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is 29 minutes past the hour. we begin with the breaking news. hurricane dorian doing something hurricanes rarely do, not moving, stalled for a full day now over the bahamas. look at the radar essentially spinning in place here as the storm flattens parts of the bahamas. in the words of the national
hurricane center, dorian won't budge. >> new update shows little change. movement is expected later this morning. meteorologist chad myers live in the cnn weather center with the latest. chad, good morning. >> good morning, dave. 120 miles per hour seems like nothing compared to the 125 they had. this is a major hurricane just off the east side. 120 the movement is stationary at this time, and it really hasn't moved at this time more than 12 hours. around freeport, grand bahama island. they're trying to address what they have. it is a little distressing what is left along the abacos. where are we now? stuck behind two pressure systems. almost like stuck between gears.
this one wants to push the storm north, this one wants to push the storm south. we have atrough. it will move farther to the north slowly today. something else coming in, notice the brown color. that is dry air. that's the best thing we could see. the dry air getting pushed into the hurricane and almost killing it. probably not killing it, but start to winding it down. we've been seeing clouds out into the east and moving to the north. clouds in the gulf. that could be a developing system but that could move off to the west. nothing like we're seeing for dorian. still a very slow movement today. by tomorrow morning we're still only about 40 miles from where we are right now. then finally turning to the right. you are out of the cone but the storm has a path, 1/6 on one side, 1/6 on the other and sometimes it leaves the cone.
we will have gusts and the hurricane is in effect there almost down to west palm. you get the idea. the winds are in the 30s and 40s. there are 50s out there on the buoys. every time a storm comes by and the outer bands, your gusts are going to get to 50, maybe 60 if you're up near sebastian, near the cape. that's where the heaviest winds might be. for the rest of the day, watch the surge, watch where it's going. so far it's going nowhere. give it a kick. push the thing along a little bit. >> i don't mean to laugh. this has got you the longest night ever for anybody who is there -- >> absolutely. >> -- sitting there in the bahamas. thank you so much for that, jack. we'll talk to you soon. at least five hurricane-related deaths on the abaco islands and that number could rise sharply. >> the devastation is unprecedented and extensive. many homes, businesses and other
buildings have been completely or partially destroyed. >> and they're all in the dark. the power cut throughout the island, residents of grand bahama are left to huddle in darkness with water levels rising. cnn spoke to one woman who rode out the storm. >> i think everyone here is pretty much in shock. it's utter destruction everywhere we look so everyone kind of happy that we're alive but it's just realizing, you know the options. >> four helicopters are conducting rescue operations in the bahamas. they've saved 19 people. patrick oppmann on the ground. >> reporter: dave, christine, hurricane dorian continues to pound grand bahama hour after hour. you would think the storm would
quit, but so far it is not showing any signs of easing up on this island where people have lost roofs. they've had their cars submerged, their houses submerged under water and there is the fear tonight that people here could have lost their lives. on the island of abaco, we know that at least five people were killed when dorian passed through there on its way to grand bahama. authorities say they will be going house to house in the coming days, both here and there to look for more victims. here in grand bahama, the situation is complicated because the storm continues to rage here. it is whipping wind. rain is coming down. some of the most powerful parts. hurricane we have only felt in the overnight hours. so it is a hurricane that simply does not want to give the people on this island that have already suffered so much a break.
dave, christine? >> patrick oppmann, thank you for that. mandatory evacuation orders following dorian's new track expanding up the east coast into north and south carolina. ahead of the storm, the charlotte motor speedway has opened its camp grounds to hurricane evacuees. >> we figured why go back, why don't we just go over to charlotte and hang out there instead of riding it out. >> hopefully if we can help provide them with a place to stay, then that gets them started in the right direction. >> the bristol motor speedway in tennessee and charleston helping. >> i-26 is one way in both directions so visitors and residents can evacuate. in myrtle beach residents are taking the warning seriously boarding up their homes. storm preparations turning deadly for a florida man. he fell off a ladder three stories to his death trying to board up his windows.
three hospitals are evacuating. they're seeing a rise in price gouging as dorian nears. one shell station selling cases of water for $9 instead of 4. in jacksonville, animal lovers are stepping up in a big area. >> hurricane force winds could devastate the coast line even i. derek van dam is there. what's the latest? what are you expecting from the track and where you are? >> reporter: well, what we're seeing already, christine, is every 30 to 40 minutes we get battered with a strong gust of wind and heavy rainfall all associated with the outer rain bands of hurricane dorian which, by the way, is still about 100 miles just to my east, but it is nothing like the never-ending nightmare that is unfolding in the grand bahama island. in fact, i am walking faster
than the storm is moving in its forward direction at the moment. it gives you the idea of the snail pace that hurricane dorian is going. it includes storm surge along the barrier islands. the susceptible low lying areas. the potential for five inches of rain. we've already experienced tropical storm force sustained at 50 miles per hour through the overnight period. if you haven't evacuated here, it's too late. evacuations as it makes it the rest of the way. >> you might not be flying today, folks. dorian is disrupting travel. more than 3200 flights canceled since sunday. look at all of those cancellations. that's all according to flight aware. hurricane dorian heading towards the east coast and that is
disrupting travel. miami international airport is open. orlando international airport is closed. ft. lauderdale plans to reopen after 12 eastern time. accuweather estimates the total devastation will be between 8 and $10 billion. analysis is losses to the travel and tourism industry. possible flooding, storm surges and wind damage as well as damage to citrus is most likely. 4 -- we've seen cruise lines cancel. next energy is at risk because of high winds and heavy prec precipitati precipitation. serves 5 million customers in florida. we can see the costs increase as the track changes. president trump keeping tabs on hurricane dorian on the golf course. the president's round at trump national in virginia monday was
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rescue mission becomes a recovery mission for victims of a holiday dive boat tragedy off the southern california coast. more bodies were recovered overnight. at least 20 bodies according to "the new york times." there were 33 passengers on board. no known survivors among them so far, and new pictures show firefighters losing battle to put out an inferno, an inferno raging on this 75 foot conception off santa cruz island. >> mayday, mayday, mayday. conception. platts harbor. north side. santa cruz. >> sector los angeles on channel 1-6. what is your position and number of persons on board? over. >> i can't breathe. 29 pob. >> coast guard official saying,
quote, we should be available to move onto the outcome. they spent much of the day looking for victims. six crew members on the deck made it off safely. they were picked up by good samaritans boating nearby. >> it was fully engulfed from bow to stern. i mean, and flames probably 30 feet high. it was totally gone. you know, it was like, my gosh, what do we do? >> all of the dead and missing passengers were trapped below deck raising questions about the need for a second escape route. signs and flowers laid in their honor at santa barbara harbor near the conception's home base. still no word on what sparked the fire. the 36-year-old texas gunman who killed 7 people and injured 22 others applied to purchase a gun but failed a background check. the feds are looking into how the shooter got the gun. the fbi says he was already in a distressed mental state when he showed up to work on saturday and was fired just hours before
the massacre. agents stressing the shootings were not caused by his firing. >> he was on a long spiral of going down. he didn't wake up saturday morning and walk into his company and then it happened. he went to that company in trouble. >> we now know the gunman called 911 twice during his rampage. those calls are being described as rambling statements about some of the atrocities he felt he had endured. one of his victims is 17-month-old anderson davis. surgery monday to remove shrapnel from her face. >> i'm so grateful anderson is here. i'm so thankful that we're not one of those families that's on the other side of this. it makes you feel guilty almost. that's why we're proud of this town and the people in it, because they rally and they come together. >> little anderson is out of the hospital. her parents say she is expected to make a full recovery. breaking overnight. another horrifying story.
this one from alabama. 14-year-old confessed to shooting all five members of his family at their home. police say the teen even helped investigators find the weapon, a handgun he tossed nearby. three of the victims died at the scene. two died later in the hospital. more details ahead on "new day." 47 minutes past the hour this tuesday morning. let's get a check on cnn business. taking a look around the world, some softness. you can see european markets have opened lower. it was pretty much a mixed performance in asia. on wall street, futures are leaning down. there's a sour mood here, risk aversion i would say in markets. people buying gold, japanese yen and government debt. they look risk averse in the market. they're back after the holiday weekend. this is the first time they will react to the new tariffs. china has filed a complaint at the u.n. against the latest tariffs. in a statement to the commerce ministry china said the tariffs
seriously breached the consensus reached by the two leaders. as the u.s./china trade war escalates, huawei is about to launch a new phone without google. this is the first smartphone to hit the market since it was put on a trade black list. that cuts off access to popular apps like youtube, google, g mail. google declined to comment. right here we are keeping an eye on hurricane dorian still battering the bahamas before heading for florida and the carolinas. and another power play by boris johnson to keep brexit on schedule, but members of his own party could stand in the way. we are live at parliament next. our members shop a little differently.
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keeping a close watch on hurricane dorian. it is stalled. going on 26 hours now just stalled scouring the bahamas. the storm has completely devastated parts of the bahamas. the new update from the national hurricane center shows little change. florida and georgia are out of the cone but could still see damaging winds and rain. the carolinas are in jeopardy later this week. full forecast update is moments away. british prime minister boris johnson has a strategy to receive a possible no deal brexit by early october. he's threatened be to call an early election. they're trying to stop him from
splitting from the eu. max foster is live. it's about 11 a.m. good morning. what's ahead? >> reporter: we have the campaigners out in force today. this really is a showdown in parliament. a large group of parliamentarians including mps and the ruling party are going to get together to introduce a bill to delay brexit. boris johnson, prime minister, a firm brexiteer, he's going to come out and call a snap election which will stop a bill in its tracks meaning we could have a vote in the next month. the opposite labor party say they couldn't build up. johnson is the shortest serving prime minister in u.k. history or we could be going for a hard u.k. exit. >> two extremes very possible.
max foster live. to u.s. politics. west virginia senator joe manchin is expected to announce a decision today on a possible second run for governor in 2020. manchin already served as west virginia's governor from 2005 to 2010. he calls it the best job in the world. the state's current chief executive jeff justice was elected as a democrat but switched parties. a run by manchin could open up a blue senate seat in a red state. manchin does not have to relinquish his senate seat when he runs for governor. a singapore man has been arrested for buying an airline ticket to walk his wife to the gate. 33 people have been arrested for accessing the new jewel terminal without intending to fly. it features a butterfly dome, cactus garden, four story slide and the world's tallest water fall.
it's so cool it has become a destination. police are warning if you enter without intentions to fly it is punishable by $14,000 and up to two years in prison. police in penn hills say a child is still missing after they arrested a ride share driver on kidnapping charges. paul johnson says the driver sped off with his 2-year-old daughter saturday night after he exited the vehicle to remove her from her car seat. officers stopped the driver a couple of hours later but the toddler was not inside. nancy claims johnson sold his daughter for $10,000 and hired her to complete the dropoff. she is being held without bail. uber has not responded for cnn's requests and lyft said it didn't happen through his platform. a harvard student denied entry into the u.s. is now on campus. they said he was inadmissible
based on information he gave based on the information he gave when entering boston. he told the harvard crimson cbp detained him searching his phone, laptop, sent him back to lebanon. he was let in on a visa. the agency didn't offer details. kevin hart's wife telling tmz the actor/comedian is going to be fine. after sustaining major back injuries in a sunday morning crash. a friend jared hart was driving his barracuda when he lost control and rolled down an embankment. black was not under the influence of alcohol. he and hart suffered back injuries and were taken to a local hospital. a big upset at the u.s. open. defending women's champion naomi osaka is out.
she was beat monday in the round of 16 in straight sets by belinda bencic. the number 13 seed from switzerland. with the loss the 21-year-old osaka was also toppled from her world number one ranking. today serena williams in action and roger federer, and a busy day out there at the open. >> sure is. watching the satellite footage here, watching the radar trying to figure out where this thing will go once it starts moving. hurricane dorian now a category 3 hurricane. a dangerous hurricane expected to hug along the coast and potentially make landfall there in the carolinas. >> what we really need is the pictures. once the sun comes up maybe we'll get a better sense of the damage done to the bahamas as that storm sat and stalled. those are the warnings for the peninsula. those that have evacuation orders do not head north, head
inland. john berman will be live in florida with what is coming. >> it does not take much of a change at all to move either direct whether i on to the florida coast or to potentially get stronger again. so watching that very carefully. thanks for joining us today. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. on berman down in florida. alison camerota here in new york. here's "new day.." >> pray for us. pray for abaco. >> hurricane dorian, a slow moving monster. >> in the midst of the tragedy, the devastation is unprecedented. here in florida, ten coastal counties are under a mandatory evacuation. >> if you're ordered to evacuate, you need to know that. >> you're boarded in the house, inside the house, waiting for it to rise, the anticipation of it is nerve wracking. welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the world. this is a special edition of
"new day." i'm john berman in jensen beach, florida. alisyn camerota in new york. we are tracking the path of hurricane dorian. it is inching, inching past the bahamas where it has created an unprecedented weather event where people who have been on the islands have experienced really something no one on earth has ever experienced before in recorded history. a powerful, what began as a category 5 storm just sitting over that island for days, days on end, and it is still affecting the people there. meanwhile, it is inching closer toward florida where i am right now. so much of the florida coastline waiting in anticipation of what could be hurricane strength impacts and certainly dangerous storm surge as well. i'm standing right on the intercoastal waterwayn