Hurricane Dorian: Watch as NASA tracks ‘130mph’ storm from International Space Station

And a NASA post added: “A team of @NASA scientists are working with emergency responders preparing for #HurricaneDorian2019.

“Beginning with a map of soil moisture to predict possible flooding risks, the team will use satellite data to help communities affected by the storm.”

The Bahamas will start to experience storm winds as early as 4 or 5am local time on Sunday, Basil Dean, Deputy Director of Bahamas Department of Meteorology.

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