Overwhelming downpours from Hurricane Dorian are battering the shores of South and North Carolina in the wake of causing annihilation and at any rate 20 passings in the Bahamas.

The class two tempest is moving gradually north along the eastern US seaboard. A great many homes are without power.

Forecasters caution that a few territories could see hazardous tempest floods.

Be that as it may, two high tides have traveled every which way in Charleston, South Carolina, and Dorian is required to debilitate gradually throughout the following couple of days.

It as of now has most extreme supported breezes of 105mph (165km/h), down from 115mph prior in the day.

In pictures: How Dorian crushed the Bahamas

Sea tempest Dorian: Who’s in danger?

Have you been influenced by Hurricane Dorian? Email haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk

On 1 September it hit the Bahamas with winds of up to 185mph – equalling the most elevated at any point recorded at landfall. It battered the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama, in the north of the archipelago, for two days.

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