As Hurricane Dorian moves toward the Carolinas and away from the Georgia coast, it seems the state was spared the worst of the storm.
Power outages and downed trees have been reported and a state of emergency is still in effect for 21 counties.
Savannah Mayor Eddie Deloach joined GPB's Morning Edition host Leah Fleming to update conditions along the coast and find out when re-entry will begin.
Now that contraflow has ended, here's an update on what our crews are doing to make sure that it is safe for you to travel after you've received the all clear from local officials. #WorkingForYou pic.twitter.com/YDgm3jbOtv
— Georgia DOT (@GADeptofTrans) September 4, 2019