Millions of Americans in the southeast are preparing for Hurricane Dorian.
The National Hurricane Center says the Category 4 storm is packing winds of 150 miles an hour as it churns in the Atlantic about 350 miles east of West Palm Beach Saturday afternoon.
The powerful storm is expected to intensify a little more as it moves west at about 8 miless per hour.
Forecasters say the latest models predict Dorian to arrive near Florida's east coast late Monday through Tuesday.
Florida and parts of the Carolinas are under a state of emergency as the storm's track remains uncertain.
At Orlando International Airport, more than 200 flights were already canceled Saturday because of Hurricane Dorian and the airport will shutdown all operations Monday starting at 2 a.m.
All major airlines are capping prices in and out of Florida and most carriers are also waiving rebooking fees for passengers who already have tickets.
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