National Weather Service remedies Trump on Hurricane Dorian: 'Alabama won't perceive any effects'

U.S. President Donald Trump talks during a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) preparation on typhoon Dorian at FEMA Headquarters in Washington, U.S., September 1, 2019. 

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Sea tempest Dorian won't hit Alabama, said the National Weather Service on Sunday, negating remarks made by President Trump before. 

"Alabama won't perceive any effects from , " said the NWS office in Birmingham, Alabama in a Twitter post Sunday. "We rehash, no effects from Hurricane will be felt crosswise over Alabama. The framework will remain excessively far east. " 

Prior, the president had said on Twitter that notwithstanding Florida, "South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama, will in all likelihood be hit (a lot) harder than foreseen." 

Trump recommended much something very similar about Alabama in remarks to correspondents on Sunday on the White House South Lawn. 

"We don't have the foggiest idea where it will hit, is by all accounts going to Florida, presently it ought to go Georgia, the Carolinas," he said. "Alabama to get somewhat of a beat down. You'll be adapting all the more likely through the span of the following 24 hours." 

Tropical storm Dorian made landfall in the northwestern Bahamas on Sunday. The tempest was continuing breeze velocities of 185 miles for every hour as of Sunday evening, making it the most grounded tropical storm on record in the region. 

The National Hurricane Center has issued storm admonitions for a few territories along Florida's east coast. It likewise said precipitation could deliver glimmer floods in the beach front Carolinas and Georgia.