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Hurricane Florence slams Carolina coastline

Delawareonline Friday, 14 September 2018
Hurricane Florence slams Carolina coastlineFierce winds and heavy rain from Hurricane Florence hit Wilmington, North Carolina before sunrise on Friday. (Sept. 14)
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According to Reuters, the center of Hurricane Florence is expected to reach the Carolina coast late on Sept. 13th. The US National Hurricane Center said the storm is currently located about 165 miles east of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The NHC added it has maximum sustained winds of 105...

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