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The latest from the Carolinas on Hurricane Florence




A sign warns people away from Union Point Park after is was flooded by the Neuse River during Hurricane Florence September 13, 2018 in New Bern, North Carolina.
A sign warns people away from Union Point Park after is was flooded by the Neuse River during Hurricane Florence September 13, 2018 in New Bern, North Carolina.
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Hurricane Florence made landfall this morning on the Carolina coast.

The storm was downgraded to Category 1, but the potential for catastrophic destruction remains high, given the slow speed with which the eye of the storm is moving inland.

AirTalk checks in with reporters from North and South Carolina for the latest.

Guests:

Gavin Jackson, public affairs reporter at SCETV, South Carolina’s public television and radio broadcasting network; he is in Georgetown county south of Myrtle Beach, SC in an armory; he tweets @GavinJackson

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



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