‘Catastrophic’ rains, flash floods expected as Florence

    Hurricane Florence slowed as it approached land Thursday afternoon, making catastrophic flooding more of a threat for the Carolina coast, the National Hurricane Center said.

    Hurricane Florence Bringing More Than 10 Feet of Surge to

    Sep 13, 2018 · Hurricane Florence is spreading heavy rain and strong winds into the Carolinas, with landfall expected near the border between North Carolina and South Carolina on Friday, kicking off an agonizing

    Hurricane Florence Will Slow Down, Hammer Carolinas and

    Sep 12, 2018 · Florence is expected to crawl near or along the coast of the Carolinas through Friday. This will produce catastrophic flash flooding and major river flooding. Life-threatening storm surge will

    Florence weakens into a depression in Carolinas –

    Forecasters said Florence hit land with winds of 90 mph — a Category 1 hurricane — and slowed a bit in its movement as its outward winds lashed North and South Carolina. For more than a day

    ‘Catastrophic’ flooding expected as Hurricane Florence

    Hurricane Florence is predicted to slow over the Carolinas, where rainfall totals could reach 40 inches. Heavy rain, up to 10 inches, may extend as far inland as Charlotte, North Carolina’s

    Hurricane Florence poised to dump rain on already-swollen

    Watch video · Hurricane Florence is set to bring ruinous rains and catastrophic flash flooding to the southeast U.S. coast, with North Carolina expected to be the worst-hit. “Life-threatening, catastrophic

    Catastrophic Rain Predicted as Hurricane Moves Toward

    Sep 12, 2018 · Hours before Hurricane Florence is expected to begin its assault on the Carolinas, officials warned of fierce winds, catastrophic flooding, storm surges up to 13 feet and widespread power failures

    Hurricane Florence: Heavy rains, catastrophic flash floods

    Hurricane Florence: Heavy rains, catastrophic flash floods predicted as Carolinas brace for worst storm in 60 years. Category 4 Hurricane Florence, which is expected to strike North and South Carolina soon, will be the worst storm to hit the state in 64 years. Reports state that Florence has gained more strength than Hurricane Hazel in 1954.

    4 dead as Hurricane Florence drenches the Carolinas

    Florence flattened trees, crumbled roads and the assault wasn’t anywhere close to being over, with the siege in the Carolinas expected to last all weekend. The storm knocked out power to more than 890,000 homes and businesses, according to, which tracks the U.S. electrical grid.

    Hurricane Florence aftermath: Flooding crisis in North and

    Forecasters said catastrophic flooding continued Monday in the Carolinas, and flash flooding and tornado risks were expected as far north as Pennsylvania. 60 children evacuated from N.C. group home

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