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400,000 Still Without Power In Carolinas After Florence

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Power Companies said that on Monday after storm Florence which hit over the weekend, more than 400,000 homes and businesses in the U.S. Southeast, mostly in North Carolina and South Carolina, were still without power.

Reuters reports that was down from a total of 1.8 million customers who had power outages since the storm made landfall on Friday.

Florence weakened to a post-tropical cyclone on Monday, continuing to produce heavy rain over parts of the Mid-Atlantic region.

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