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Hurricane Florence downgraded to a Category 2 storm but is still considered extremely dangerous and life-threatening

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Hurricane Florence downgraded to a Category 2 storm but is still considered extremely dangerous and life-threatening
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News video: Florence batters Carolinas ahead of landfall

▶ Florence batters Carolinas ahead of landfall 01:40

Hurricane Florence is downgraded to a Category 1 before hitting land on Thursday. But experts say the massive, slow-moving storm is still life threatening. Eve Johnson reports.

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