What bothered me about the coverage for Hurricane Dorian was the lack of risk management practice by most news stations. The concept is simple, you don't just look at probability, as the severity of impact should inform the level of risk being assumed (see graphic below). Fortunately for Florida, Governor Rick Desantis apparently considered the risk management matrix when reacting to the possibility of a major hurricane hitting the state.
The disturbing thing from my point of view was that the news channels seemed to put all their eggs in the basket of believing that the storm would turn, and continued acting as though something hadn't happened yet was a foregone conclusion. Risky behavior that has not turned out well in the past (e.g. Hurricane Andrew).