A day-by-day breakdown of Hurricane Dorian’s dangerous and uncertain path

(CNN)A powerful Hurricane Dorian could hit next week anywhere along the southeastern US coast, with landfall projected at this point somewhere in the Carolinas. Saturday: Dorian is barreling west Saturday morning in the Atlantic toward the US mainland at 145 mph, with even stronger wind gusts. As it spins northwestward, west of the Bahamas, it is expected to get stronger, with winds possibly pushing 150 mph — not far off Category 5 strength, with its wind-speed range starting at 157 mph. A hurricane warning is in effect in the northwestern Bahamas, excluding Andros Island, where a hurricane watch is in effect. “A warning is typically issued 36 hours before the anticipated first occurrence of tropical-storm-force winds, conditions that make outside …