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Storm Update

Tropical storm Dorian, changed direction Tuesday night and headed in a more northerly direction where it past closer to the Virgin Islands.

We were unprepared for this turn of event since we thought that we would not have received a direct hit.

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Anyway, Wednesday morning, the governor of the BVI issued a warning for everyone to stay indoors and all buisness places were closed except essential services.

He also issued a state of emergency effective 2pm August 28, 2019, the time when the storm would reached us. The state of emergency ended this morning 6am, August 29th.

Yesterday, we had rain and wind begining at about 1pm. It lasted until 7pm in the night.

Minor flooding in BVI. Image from BVI

There were some landslides on the hills, minor flooding, but no major damages were reported. This morning we were back at work as all buisness places were opened.

Dorian is now heading towards Florida with a wind speed of 60mph and storm force wind extending 60 miles outward from the center according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC).

The NHC also stated that the storm will upgrade to a category 2 hurricane before it reaches Florida.

According to the NHC, a category 2 hurricane can cause major damages to buildings, shallow rooted trees will be uprooted and there will be powerloss.

Resident in Florida preparing for Hurricane Dorian. Image from NY

As expected, the residents of Florida are vigorously preparing for the impact of this storm.

Please pray for the residents of Florida that God will shield them from this storm.

Thank you for your prayers for us in the caribbean. God has been good to us.

Let us continue to keep each other in prayer as we ride out the storms of life.


Then they cry unto the Lord in their trouble, and He bringeth them out of their distresses. He maketh the storm a calm, so that the waves thereof are still. (Psalms 107:28-29)




  1. Bev, so happy to hear that BVI was spared major damage and that everyone is allowed to return to work. My husband is part of TSA’s EDS team and has been deployed for the last three years so I understand firsthand how difficult it is to be displaced and then return home to clean up and rebuild.

    May the Lord be with the Florida and Georgia coast residents this weekend and may they be spared great harm from Dorian.

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    • Thank you, Candice for your prayers and encouragement. We will continue to pray for Florida and Georgia as Dorian is now a major hurricane and is very unpredictable. Have a blessed weekend.


  2. Been watching the updates of this hurricane on the Weather Underground channel as well and noticed it barely skimmed by BVI….. Staying vigilant with prayer for the rest of the season.

    Thanks for the update Beverley. We’re keeping all those in the path of this storm in prayer. Thankful you are alright. God bless you and yours.

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