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Check in from the Carolinas as Hurricane Florence moves in




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A sign stating "Mandatory Evacuation in Effect" can be seen at the bridge over the intercoastal waterway in Cedar Point, North Carolina on September 12, 2018 in advance of Hurricane Florence.
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AirTalk checks in with reporters from North Carolina and South Carolina, as the states prepare for Hurricane Florence to make landfall later this week.

The National Hurricane Center and computer models have shifted the forecast track for Hurricane Florence noticeably to the south and west, but it doesn't mean northern North Carolina, Virginia and other mid-Atlantic states are in the clear.

Florence is the most dangerous of three tropical systems in the Atlantic. Tropical Storm Isaac was expected to pass south of Puerto Rico, Hispaniola and Cuba. Hurricane Helene was expected to weaken over the eastern Atlantic. Forecasters also were tracking two other disturbances.

With files from the Associated Press

Guests:

Will Michaels, daily news producer at WUNC, the NPR affiliate in North Carolina; he tweets @WillMichaels

Gavin Jackson, public affairs reporter at SCETV, South Carolina’s public television and radio broadcasting network; he tweets @GavinJackson