Chatham Emergency Management Agency Deputy Director Randall Mathews called Dorian “the storm that never ended” because it was so slow moving, but its timing ultimately spared Savannah from flooding. The center of Dorian passed by Savannah about 60 miles offshore and sent its highest surge of water ashore at low tide. As Dorian went by water level graphs from around the county showed a much lower than expected high tide as the wind whipped the water seaward.
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