• Why homeowners outside of Florence's path should check their insurance

    7 monthes ago - By CNBC

    The storm should serve as a reminder to people in hurricane-prone areas to make sure their coverage is sufficient in case the next damaging weather system heads their way.
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  • Hurricane Florence, Now a Category 3 Storm, Barrels Down on the Carolinas

    7 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Hurricane Florence, which was barely a Category 1 hurricane 24 hours ago, is now a Category 3-and it continues its steady advance toward the eastern seaboard.
    The latest update from the National Hurricane Center shows the storm packing maximum sustained winds of 115 mph, up from 105 mph at 5 a.m. this morning, making it the first major hurricane of the 2018 season. While the cone of uncertainty still covers most of South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia, prediction models of the storm indicate it's headed toward some area between Charleston, S.C. and North Carolina's Outer...
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  • Hurricane Florence and two other hurricanes are swirling in the Atlantic - here's what they look like from space

    Hurricane Florence and two other hurricanes are swirling in the Atlantic - here's what they look like from space

    7 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Hurricane Florence is bearing down on the East Coast, bringing 105 mph winds and a risk of flooding.
    Behind Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Isaac and Hurricane Helene are both swirling in the Atlantic.
    Officials in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina have issued emergency warnings ahead of Florence's possible landfall.
    A Category 3 hurricane with 105 mph winds is bearing down on the US East Coast, bringing a risk of devastating floods - and there are two more hurricanes behind it.
    Hurricane Florence is expected to make landfall somewhere between North Carolina, South Carolina, and...
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  • Hurricane Florence live tracker: How to find the latest path predictions and updates

    7 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    Residents anywhere along the East Coast should pay attention to the storm.
    Last week, Hurricane Florence became the first Category 4 hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic season. While it has since weakened to a Category 2, meteorologists expect it to regain strength as it bears toward the East Coast of the United States.
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