Catastrophic Flooding Reported As Hurricane Florence Moves Across The Carolinas
Friday, 14 September 2018 () Hurricane Florence was slowing moving through North Carolina on Friday morning, trapping hundreds in their homes as floodwaters rose as forecasts warned there would be even more rainfall due to the sluggish pace of the storm, according to The Guardian. Even though Florence was downgraded to a Category-1 storm as it made landfall, it still brought immense storm surges, brutal winds, and sheets of rain which turned some streets into rivers. Rescuers had evacuated more than 200 people in the city of New Bern, NC, alone, but more than 150 had to wait as the floodwaters rose and a storm surge reached more than 10 feet, according to local officials. The Carolinas could see nearly 40 inches of rain...
Hurricane Florence's center made landfall in North Carolina Friday morning. The hurricane was downgraded to a Category 1 storm late Thursday night.
The storm knocked out electricity services to more than 150,000 customers in North Carolina.
Powerful waves and walls of water have moved inland,...
(CNN)Water appears to have receded in some areas of the Carolinas, but more flooding from Hurricane Florence could arrive through the weekend, officials say.... WorldNews - Front PageAlso reported by •Newsmax •Seattle Times •NPR
(CNN)Jim Fraboni is preparing for the worst as an "unheard" amount of floodwater from Hurricane Florence is slowly flowing through the Carolinas. He and his wife... WorldNews - Front PageAlso reported by •NYTimes.com
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