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Hurricane Florence

  • Information from NHC Advisory 62, 5:00 PM EDT Fri Sep 14, 2018

    On the forecast track, the center of Florence will move farther inland across extreme southeastern North Carolina this evening, and across extreme eastern South Carolina tonight and Saturday. Florence will then move generally northward across the western Carolinas and central Appalachian Mountains early next week. Doppler radar data and surface observations indicate that maximum sustained winds have decreased near 70 mph (110 km/h) with higher gusts. Gradual weakening is expected tonight. Significant weakening is forecast over the weekend and into early next week while Florence moves farther inland. Read more
  • WRN Hurricane Commentary: Hurricane Florence 2018-09-13

    Despite a reduction in peak wind speed, FLORENCE is no less dangerous. The area of damaging winds has expanded, and storm surge of 15 feet is possible in places. Extreme rainfall is expected that could break State records. Flash flood potential extends far inland across North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and into Eastern Tennessee and West Virginia. Click for more details.

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