Hurricane Dorian continues to skirt the southeastern coast of the U.S., and it's now moving from northeastern Florida toward Georgia and the Carolinas.
Currently a Category 2 storm, Dorian is forecast to get very close to Charleston, and South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster (R) said Wednesday that the state will "experience hurricane-force winds, in at least gusts." Low-lying regions could see flooding, and millions of people living along the hurricane's path have been told to evacuate. As of late Wednesday afternoon, Dorian is moving at 8 mph.
Officials said an 85-year-old North Carolina man died when he fell off a ladder while preparing his house for the storm. Dorian killed at least 20 people in the Bahamas, where it made landfall Sunday as a Category 5. The storm caused widespread destruction there, and the death toll is expected to rise.