Shelters Fill Up As Hurricane Florence Bears Down

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Hurricane Florence Reduces Its Intensity But Not Its Destructive Power

"Florence may be weakening but will have a large storm surge".

Hurricane Florence has already proven to be not just powerful and destructive but wildly unpredictable.

The station's general manager, Matt Bowman, wrote in a statement that their reporting teams will continue providing their viewers with information as Hurricane Florence hits the Carolinas.

Forecasters said the Category 1 storm's extreme size meant it could batter the U.S. East Coast with hurricane-force winds for almost a full day.

The weather service later measured a storm surge 10 feet deep in the city.

Hurricane Florence continues to drop category, but not unsafe, while hundreds of thousands of people try to get away from the coasts of the two Carolinas and Virginia.

It had sustained winds of 90 miles per hour and was moving in a northwest direction. Its center was moving west at only 6 mph (9 km/h) and about 50 miles south of Morehead City at around 1 a.m. (0500 GMT Friday).

5 a.m.: The latest update from the National Hurricane Center shows little change to Florence's path or strength. "This could be enough to knock you off your feet", says Navarro.

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After landfall, Florence slowed to a pace that meant it would plague the area with days of flooding.

Yes, because it's bringing a voluminous amount of rain, and by lingering it creates worse flooding. Highway 12 is still closed in Dare County.

Portions of a boat dock and boardwalk are destroyed by powerful wind and waves as Hurricane Florence arrives September 13, 2018, in Atlantic Beach, N.C.

Corps staff worked with Army officials to review dams at Fort Bragg in North Carolina and Fort Jackson in SC to "ensure any effects of Florence on those dams are mitigated", said Ray Alexander, the Corps' inter-agency services chief.

Why is it getting bigger?

The storm splintered buildings and trapping hundreds of people in high water as it settled in for what could be a long and extraordinarily destructive drenching.

An intense wave, as well as heavy rains, will announce on Thursday on the coast of Las Carolinas, the arrival of Florence.

Forecasters said that given the storm's size and sluggish track, it could cause epic damage akin to what the Houston area saw during Hurricane Harvey just over a year ago, with floodwaters swamping homes and businesses and washing over industrial waste sites and hog-manure ponds. "Significant river flooding is expected as a result of excessive rainfall across area hydrologic basins". The vivid presentation - powered by the Unreal Engine, most commonly used in video games - seems likely to serve as a more pressing demonstration of the storm's threat than a mere written warning, and that's vitally important for folks in impacted areas.

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