Sustained winds, 120 MPH, moving WSW at 5 mph.
The most likely scenario is for Joaquin to be guided westward this weekend with possible landfall between North Carolina and southern New Jersey on Sunday.
Exactly where the system rolls ashore and progresses inland will define the worst conditions in terms of wind and flooding. It is too early to say for sure exactly where Joaquin may move onshore.
We are continuing to see an increase in accidents over the past two months and frequency brings severity. In those 2 months we had numerous critical accidents which have resulted in several of our drivers being injured and the loss of life. The rainy season is here, which means: limited visibility, hydroplaning and slick roads where the rain is washing the oils off the asphalt. Avoid an accident: slow down, increase your following distance, turn on your headlights (make sure they see you) and take an extra look before switching lanes (know your surroundings and make sure there isn't a vehicle in your road spray). Thank you for your professionalism and be safe.