As the hurricane approached the southeastern United States, the U.S. Weather Bureau issued storm warnings from Vero Beach, Florida to Wilmington, North Carolina. Later, the agency issued a hurricane warning from Fernandina, Florida to Georgetown, South Carolina, prompting the threatened areas to enact storm preparations and for ships to return to harbor. Near Jacksonville, Florida, the United States Navy sent 17 planes to the New Century AirCenter in Olathe, Kansas.
Before moving ashore in South Carolina, Able produced rainfall in the western portion of its circulation. Fernandina Beach, Florida reported 6.20 in (157 mm), and in neighboring Georgia precipitation peaked at 2.10 in (53 mm) in Mount Vernon. Wind gusts in Savannah, Georgia only reached 35 mph (56 km/h).
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