Hurricane Florence Path Right Now In South Carolina and the Entire East Coast

Hurricane Florence Path Right Now In South Carolina and the Entire East Coast
September 10
19:56 2018

Hurricane Florence path is increasingly likely to impact the southeastern and mid-Atlantic United States — potentially thrashing coastal areas stretching from South Carolina to northern Virginia with punishing winds, heavy rain, and life-threatening storm surge.

Currently, Florence is sustaining 130 mph winds, making it a Category 4 storm. But forecasters warn that it may continue to intensify as it approaches the coast, possibly even making landfall Thursday or Friday in North Carolina as a powerful Category 4 storm, with 150 mph winds.

“Florence is forecast to be a very powerful major hurricane on its approach to the southeastern United States,” the National Hurricane Center warned Monday. “All interests from South Carolina into the mid-Atlantic region should ensure they have their hurricane plan in place and follow any advice given by local officials.”

Already, communities in the Outer Banks in North Carolina have issued evacuation notices in preparation. And the entire South Carolina coast will be ordered to evacuate, The Post and Courier reports.


President Trump Speaks From The White House Today

To the incredible citizens of North Carolina, South Carolina and the entire East Coast – the storm looks very bad! Please take all necessary precautions. We have already began mobilizing our assets to respond accordingly, and we are here for you!

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