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Crew gather for hurricane watch barbecue at Bradford

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Yacht captains and crew, along with employees, met for a barbecue at tonight’s Storm Watch BBQ on the patio at Bradford Marine in Fort Lauderdale.

An 11 p.m. forecast from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Hurricane Center (NHC) located Hurricane Dorian at 23.3°N 68.4°W moving northwest at 12 mph with a minimum pressure of 977 millibars and maximum sustained winds at 105mph.

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