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Hurricane Florence Path Map - September 18, 2018

Hurricane Florence Path Map - September 18, 2018
Description :Map depicting Hurricane Florence path, on September 18, 2018.  Disclaimer

Legend:
D: Tropical Depression – wind speed less than 39 MPH
S: Tropical Storm – wind speed between 39 MPH and 73 MPH
H: Hurricane – wind speed between 74 MPH and 110 MPH
M: Major Hurricane – wind speed greater than 110 MPH
 
Tropical Storm Florence Stats
Florence Sunday, September 16, 2018 - 2 am EDT
Position 33.7 N 80.8 W
Maximum Sustained Wind 40 mph
Movement W at 6 mph
   
 
 
Emergency Contact Numbers
North Carolina
919-825-2500 - North Carolina Emergency Management
919-733-2126 - North Carolina Department of Public Safety
919-742-2124 - North Carolina State Highway Patrol

South Carolina
803-737-8500 - South Carolina Emergency Management
803-896-7920 - South Carolina Highway Patrol

Virginia
804-897-6500 - Virginia Department of Emergency Management
804-674-2400 - Virginia Emergency Operations Center

Other contacts
1-800-621-3362 - FEMA
866-720-5721 - National Center for Disaster Fraud Hotline
1-800-RED CROSS - American Red Cross
 
Heavy Rains and Strong Winds ahead of Hurricane Florence
September 15, 2018
As rain is continuing, the western North Carolina residents are warned of landslides and flooding for the night of Saturday to Monday. Along with the rain, strong winds, too, have been forecasted which can be life-threatening. Now, there are over 773,000 cases of power failure across the state. The Emergency Management North Carolina, however, has stated that these conditions would improve.
 
About a Million People without Power in North Carolina
September 14, 2018
As the Hurricane Florence is about to hit the US, people are bracing up for the storm. According to the Department of Public Safety, there are as many as 380,000 in North Carolina who don't have the power supply. This morning the wind speed was recorded to be 90mph.
 
Hurricane Florence Strikes Parts of USA
September 14, 2018
The Hurricane Florence has reached some parts of the US East Coast. According to the officials, the storm is moving towards North and South Carolina, with speed of winds recorded to be 90mph. The aggravating weather condition has already rendered about 100,000 homes without power. Officials have warned the life-endangering nature of the storm and huge risks of drastic flooding. Orders of evacuations have been issued to over a million people living along the coastlines of Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.

By Thursday night, thousands were sheltered in facilities.
 
Hurricane Florence Decreases in intensity; Warnings Persist
September 13, 2018
Officials are still warning ahead of the Hurricane Florence that is going to hit the US soon, despite being it has got downgraded in the intensity to category two. The wind's speed is also decreased to 110mph, however, it could mean that the slow wind would move around for a series of days and might bring the catastrophic flooding.

As many as 10 million people are now under the storm watch. The latest state that has declared the emergency is Georgia. It has now joined the league of Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, and North & South Carolina.
 
People Choose to Stay at Home Despite Florence Warnings
September 12, 2018
An evacuation warning is issued to more than a million people following the Hurricane Florence in mid-Atlantic states and various parts of Carolinas. However, people still have a choice, either to stay home or evacuate and brave the heavy traffic. Many residents have decided to stay at home in Virginia, North and South Carolina. Stormy winds are expected to reach the coasts of Carolinas on the morning of Thursday. And hurricane-force winds are anticipated earlier on Thursday night, rather than Friday morning.

Florence is being considered one of the strongest hurricanes to hit the region in decades.
 
Hurricane Florence Gains in Strength
September 11, 2018
Hurricane Florence in the US has reached the strength Category 5, forcing orders for evacuation to a million of people. The hurricane was upgraded from Category 3 to Category 4 on Monday only. The orders have been given in coastal areas of Virginia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. The storm has bene considered the strongest to struck the regions in a time span of decades. Winds were recorded to be flowing at 130mph speed and are further increasing in speed. Carolinas are expected to be hit by Thursday.
 


Hurricane Florence Path Map

Hurricane Florence Path Map

Map depicting Hurricane Florence path, September, 2018
 

Hurricane Florence Path Map - September 14, 2018

Hurricane Florence Path Map - September 14, 2018

Map depicting Hurricane Florence path, September 14, 2018
 

Hurricane Florence Path Map - September 13, 2018

Hurricane Florence Path Map - September 13, 2018

Map depicting Hurricane Florence path - September 13, 2018
 

Hurricane Florence Path Map

Hurricane Florence Path Map

Map depicting Hurricane Florence path, September, 2018
 

Hurricane Florence Path Map - 11 September, 2018

Hurricane Florence Path Map - 11 September, 2018

Map depicting Hurricane Florence path, September 11, 2018
 

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Hurricane Florence Path Map - 10 September, 2018

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