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Hurricane Dorian Slows to Crawl, Track Forecast Unchanged

Hurricane Dorian has slowed to a crawl this morning near Grand Bahama Island, where it is now only moving to the west at 1 mph. Maximum sustained winds were up to 165 mph and the minimum central pressure was at 916 mb, according to the 8 am update from the National Hurricane Center.

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