North Carolina faces Hurricane Florence the only way we know how…with memes

North Carolina faces Hurricane Florence the only way we know how…with memes

North Carolina faces Hurricane Florence the only way we know how…with memes

Rain begins to fall as the outer bands of Hurricane Florence make landfall in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on September 13, 2018. Another 8 million people live in areas covered by hurricane and tropical storm warnings.

A flash flood watch is under effect for Nash and Edgecombe counties through Saturday evening, as Florence is expected to slow its forward progress tonight into Friday before moving slowly west-southwest late Friday into Saturday, producing a prolonged period of torrential rainfall across sections of the Piedmont and Coastal Plain.

In Morehead City, the rain and surf pounded the shoreline and took aim at the few boats still in the water. "So, just because the rain starts letting up, don't assume everything's good and you can go back to your house in some low-lying area, and then be surprised by the river coming up".

Myrtle Beach, a SC beach resort, was virtually deserted with empty streets, boarded up storefronts and very little traffic.

Some areas also saw the first of the hurricane-force winds.

Destructive wind gusts topping 100 miles per hour are likely near and just north of where Florence approaches the coast.

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Although Charlotte is farther inland than the areas expected to the get the brunt of the hurricane force winds natives say they are anxious about the rain and risk of flooding. "Storms of this magnitude have struck the US coastline in the past, in some cases causing $10 billion or less in total damage", Myers said.

Almost 800,000 people are without power in North Carolina as Tropical Storm Florence continues to pound the coast with devastating storm surge, catastrophic flooding and high winds. The storm packs winds in the 110 miles per hour range.

They stayed put during the "thousand-year rain" in 2015, when parts of South and North Carolina received more than a foot of rain in five days, and Hurricane Matthew in 2016, when the Category 1 hurricane caused surge flooding of 3 to 4 feet.

Eudy said his family stayed in their home partly to protect their house.

Forecasters said Florence's eye could come ashore early Friday around the North Carolina-South Carolina line. "This storm will bring destruction to North Carolina".

"There is some damage. but it is still standing strong".

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"It's just going to be an interesting ride", Needham said.

Some people responded with tweets by giving information about other people who they claimed were trapped.

Cheryl Browning lives with her husband and son, who has terminal cancer, in Richlands, North Carolina. "Additionally, Florence's projected toll is less than Hurricane Sandy's toll of $69 billion and Katrina's cost of $161 billion", Myers said.

"Either no (hotel) rooms are available, or we are denied because the breed or size of dogs", she said. That's comparable to Hurricane Harvey, which according to some weather stations, dropped more than four feet of rain on areas of southeastern Texas. "And since we have three dogs and three parrots, they're requesting us to purchase two to six rooms".

As the last-minute evacuations and preparations of those who refuse to leave wound down, an eerie calm has settled over typically bustling Carolina cities.

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In Virginia, 245,000 coastal residents were ordered to evacuate, including from the Eastern Shore. "He lives in North Carolina". FEMA Administrator Brock Long urged people to prepare for a "very devastating storm", with possibly weeks-long power outages.

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