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We Don't Need This!

Hurricane Florence has been blamed for about two dozen deaths and still-unassessed billions of dollars in property damage across North and South Carolina, but the aftermath of the weather disaster moved up a level when the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission declared an emergency at its Brunswick nuclear plant.


Read more at https://www.wnd.com/2018/09/nrc-emergency-at-north-carolina-nuclear-plant/#tcZEyvD5XSplHYCf.99

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just get those snake-handling pastors to lend a hand...
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'Worst is yet to come': North Carolina prepares for 'catastrophic' flooding as Hurricane Florence kills 13 and residents are told to flee or risk their lives

Hurricane Florence: North Carolina braces for WEEKS without power

The death told had risen to 13 on Sunday night, with 10 dead in North Carolina and three dead in South Carolina, according to officials and media reports. The North Carolina fatalities included three who died 'due to flash flooding and swift water on roadways,' the Duplin County Sheriff's Office reported. In Lumberton (main), quickly rising waters forced the evacuation of a nursing home, with the famous Louisiana Cajun Navy arriving to assist. On Saturday afternoon, the White House released a photo (top right) of Trump and Vice President Mike Pence receiving a phone briefing on disaster response efforts.

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Snakes on a coastal plain? Experts fear Florence could spread killer vipers from wetlands across the Carolinas

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As Florence smacked the North Carolina coast early on Friday, forecasts called for storm surges of up to 11 feet in areas and localized rain exceeding 40 inches over the next few days.

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Weatherman caught 'faking' battle to stay on feet...

Residents casually stroll by...


Video...

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Florence Grinds Ashore...
400,000+ Without Power...
10-foot storm surge...
Rescues...

'Trapped on roofs'... 
'Threat becomes reality'... 
Flight cancellations soar... 
RADAR... SATELLITE... 


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Good luck to everyone!
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Hurricane Florence from space: NASA captures 'stark and sobering' footage of Category 2 storm barreling toward east coast at 130mph

NASA captures 'stark and sobering' footage of Hurricane Florence barreling towards US at

As the Category 2 storm barrels toward the US east coast the space agency posted the incredible video which shows winds approach dry land at 130mph. The footage was captured on a high definition camera at the International Space Station and shows a view of the Hurricane as it churned across the Atlantic in a north-west direction.'The National Hurricane Center forecasts additional strengthening for Florence before it reaches the coastline of North Carolina and South Carolina early Friday, September 14' NASA said of the video. Those living on the US east coast have been boarding up their properties, stockpiling supplies and some have left their homes as the Category 2 storm heads toward land.

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'I can't emphasize enough the potential for unbelievable damage': National Weather Service issues grave warning to the Carolinas as Hurricane Florence promises 157MPH winds and huge storm surges that could impact more than 20MILLION

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More than one MILLION people in the path of 'catastrophic' Hurricane Florence ordered to EVACUATE as five states along the southeast coastline declare emergencies and 30 warships set out to sea to avoid damage

 

Hurricane Florence: More than one MILLION people ordered to evacuate

More than a million people have been ordered to evacuate the path of Hurricane Florence on Monday as it rapidly strengthened into a potentially catastrophic Category 4 hurricane as it closed in on North and South Carolina. South Carolina ordered the state's entire coastline, which includes an estimated one million residents, to leave their homes ahead of the storm. 

 

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Hurricane Florence will likely strengthen again and pose a threat to the US East Coast, forecasters warn

 

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Hurricane Florence, the first major hurricane of the Atlantic season, weakened late Thursday afternoon to a Category 1 storm.

 


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Hurricane Florence strengthens to a Category 4 as it pummels towards Bermuda as forecasters warn it could also pose a threat to the US East Coast

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Hurricane Florence, the first major hurricane of the season, strengthened to a Category 4 storm on Wednesday with its maximum sustained winds estimated to be 130mph.

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