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This morning Dorian was lingering over the Bahamas with an airport on Grand Bahama, an island just 150 miles from Florida, said to be under five feet of water.The eastern seaboard is not currently forecast to take a direct hit, but experts say the storm is still 'extremely dangerous' and even a glancing blow could bring torrential rain and destructive winds (pictured top left, a map showing Dorian's possible path).There are plenty of search options to choose from so you can really narrow in on your ideal date.Members can upload plenty of information about themselves, plus up to 10 photos.Whilst Telegraph Dating isn’t exclusively for professionals, we felt that it had a high proportion of highly educated, professional people and higher-earners, making it a good option for anyone interested in dating like-minded professionals in the UK.Whilst its features are somewhat limited, its very detailed profiles mean that you have plenty of opportunity to express yourself and describe who you’re looking for.
There were gusts of up to 225mph and up to 30 inches of rain were expected in the Bahamas where a seven-year-old boy is believed to have drowned.
Whilst that won’t appeal to everyone, it does feel like some of the flab has been cut away to leave a set of practical tools underneath.
As well as a useful set of core features, the site also provides an extremely in-depth profile creation, with literally hundreds of options to choose from.
This means that your matches are based on much more than their physical looks, and you can even ascribe importance to certain personal qualities.
For example, if you think that income is particularly important, you can make this apparent and the system takes it into account when matching you to other members.