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Tracking Hurricane Florence: Category 4 storm on path for direct hit, evacuations ordered

NJ.com Tuesday, 11 September 2018 ()
Tracking Hurricane Florence: Category 4 storm on path for direct hit, evacuations orderedThe National Hurricane Center's latest forecast update today includes hurricane watches for the coast of the Carolinas as Hurricane Florence continues to steam toward the United State
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News video: Hurricane Watch In Effect For Carolinas As Mandatory Evacuations Underway With Florence Nearing Category 5 Strength

▶ Hurricane Watch In Effect For Carolinas As Mandatory Evacuations Underway With Florence Nearing Category 5 Strength 01:59

More than 1 million people on the southern East Coast of the United States faced mandatory evacuation orders as Hurricane Florence neared Category 5 strength Tuesday.

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