Hurricane Florence lashing Carolinas with heavy rain, flooding
Thursday, 13 September 2018 () The outer bands of Hurricane Florence lashed the Carolinas with wind and rain on Thursday, flooding roads and overflowing rivers in an ominous prelude of the damage the huge storm could inflict when it makes landfall on Friday with millions of people in its path.
Packing heavy rain and 110 mile per hour winds, Hurricane Florence was hours away from making landfall on the Carolinas on Thursday. Mola Lenghi reports from the North Carolina coast and Mary Lee reports on the storm's projected path. (9/13/18)
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