Tropical Storm Dorian May Impact Fulfillment of Arc4life Orders
Its Florida and we knew this was coming. Hurricane Dorian may impact fulfillment of orders and customer service here at Arc4life headquarters. Quite frankly, we are not sure of what to expect, as we are located in Central Florida, but we are preparing for the worst.
For now we are shipping all orders out with no issues and customer service is able to answer all calls. This may change next week Sept 2-5th 2019. As always for all Tropical storms and hurricanes we take all precautions possible and don't have exact days as to when we will be up and running after the storm hits.
Please email us via our contact us page on our website if you have questions about ordering or an existing order. We will get back to you (once we are able to) if there are any delays.You can try to leave a message as well.
Delays may happen because of power outages and storm events. We apologize for any inconveniences caused to our customers. Thank you to everyone and stay safe all fellow Floridians.
Orders will be shipped out as soon as possible once the weather clears and power is back on.
- Thank you
The Arc4life Team.
Update 8/31/2019 6:38 am: Hurricane Dorian is a category 4. The hurricane could impact Florida with high winds and torrential rains late Monday or Tuesday. On Friday, they are saying there is uncertainty as to exact path.
Update 9/1/2019 9:03 am: Hurricane Dorian is Category 5 hurricane this morning with sustained winds of 160 MPH and and is only 35 miles east of Great Abaco Island in the Atlantic. Even without a landfall, storm surge, heavy rain, and tropical storm force winds will be felt.
This is why a Tropical Storm Warning has been issued along the east coast from Deerfield Beach to Sebastian Inlet -- including Boca Raton, West Palm Beach and Vero Beach. Hurricane Dorian now Category 5 storm, expected to hit the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama Island shortly.
Hurricane Dorian now Category 5 storm, expected to hit the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama Island shortly originally appeared on abcnews.go.com Hurricane Dorian is now a massive Category 5 hurricane this morning with sustained winds of 160 MPH and and is only 35 miles east of Great Abaco Island in the Atlantic. As Dorian continues to slowly move west towards the northwestern Bahamas the outer rain bands of Dorian are expected to reach Freeport and Nassau, with more intense rain falling on Great Abaco Island. Winds are starting pick up and will continue to increase through the morning. But with the slow motion of Dorian, the prolonged duration of hurricane and tropical storm force winds with gusts over 100 MPH, storm surges of up to 20 feet and heavy rain of up to 30 inches locally in some areas will have potentially devastating impacts on the northern
Update 9/3/2019 7:12 am: Hurricane Dorian is now a CAT 3 and slowly moving towards Florida Coast. As of right now we are expecting hurricane conditions in the afternoon. Major wind and major rain are expected.
Update 9/4/2019 6:42 am: Hurricane Dorian is moving in the north direction. Florida is seeing strong winds and bands of heavy rain as it makes its way up the Sunshine State's east coast. Hurricane Dorian is now a CAT 2.