Hi all, it looks as though the center of Tropical Storm Dorian will pass very close to St. John. According to the 11 a.m. update from the National Hurricane Center, the storm’s maximum sustained winds increased and are now at 70 miles per hour. St. John is now under a hurricane warning.
We put together a short video, which was taken in the last hour. The videos were sent to us by Palm Tree Charters, who are now home safely after checking on their boat in Cruz Bay, and also by The Beach Bar owners.
The winds and rain are both expected to intensify throughout the day.
Click here to read our 9:30 a.m. update.
Click here to read our 8 a.m. update.
11 thoughts on “Tropical Storm Dorian: 11 a.m. Update”
Hang Tough, St. John !
Thank you for the information. Praying
Thanks for your reports and updates. Please be safe during and after the storm.
Take care from Southwest Florida
Thinking of every. Stay safe. I’ll watch for updates.
Stay safe St John family.
Stay safe my beautiful St John! See you in February!,
Jen, Thanks so much for keeping all of us informed as to conditions there on our beloved St. John. Much appreciated! Watching the storm and for updates closely. Stay safe and keep up the great work that you do.
Donna, Tampa, FL
Thanks so much for the updates. I will continue to check throughout the day, so keep them coming. Praying!
Love you and St. John,
Am watching the news closely and praying for St. John and its beautiful citizens. Thank you for the updates. Stay safe my friends!
To quote our special island friend Kenny Chesney…. we all are “singing a song for the saints”.
Love to Love City and the beautiful St. John people.
Praying for all of you in St John. Stay safe!