Meteorologist Chris Gloninger documents Category 5 Hurricane Dorian from Florida. The storm is currently over Grand Bahama Island. It's not expected to hit Florida directly, but it is expected to bring damaging wind and rain as it moves up the coast of the U.S. beginning Tuesday.
Motaz Mozayan owns a shop in Daytona Beach, Fla. It was destroyed during Hurricane Irma two years ago and damaged during Jeanne in 2004. He's hoping Dorian spares him this time.
A desolate Daytona Beach Sunday night. Mandatory evacuations begin Monday morning.
Dorian brought some water onto the lower part of Main Street in Daytona Beach, Fla. Sunday night.
A beach that would normally be packed on Labor Day weekend. It was quiet Sunday ahead of the storm.
A "closed" sign was posted at a Florida beach, but surfers and swimmers weren't listening to its warnings of a dangerous surf.
Meteorologist Chris Gloninger says downpours triggered by the large circulation around Dorian are inbound. This is an image of the beach Sunday afternoon.
Sandbags were filled in New Smyrna, Fla. Sunday afternoon ahead of a possible storm surge associated with Dorian.
Another image of crews preparing for possible storm surges.
Utility crews from East Boston heading southbound on 95 Sunday.
A convoy of National Guard trucks drove southbound on 95 Sunday, just ahead of the utility trucks.
Convoy of utility trucks from Ontario, Canada, heading southbound on 95 near Daytona Beach, Fla.