Winds are beginning to ramp up close to the NC coast ahead of #Florence. A buoy just offshore of Wrightsville Beach is reporting sustained winds of ~30 knots (34 mph) gusting to ~43 knots (50 mph) pic.twitter.com/2TDNuPyTFN— Weather World (@WeatherWorldPSU) 13 september 2018
As #Hurricane #Florence approaches the coast, surf is becoming rougher and water levels are rising. This was the scene this morning from Jennette’s Pier on the Outer Banks: https://t.co/mbAUrXvHLU— WeatherOptics (@weatheroptics) 13 september 2018
????: @DareCountyEM pic.twitter.com/AuyRe7qywK
#HurricaneFlorence is coming ... https://t.co/K4zh3uIM3u #tbt #felizhueves #repost #travel #photogrsphy #hurricane #rain #ThursdayThoughts #ThursdayMotivation https://t.co/K4zh3uIM3u pic.twitter.com/igo4qsywaZ— Smarty Buddy (@SmartyBuddyKids) 13 september 2018
SAFE PLACE | The Florence Center in Florence, SC has opened up for families to safely wait out the storm. Florida lineman Tyler Humphreys is there, preparing for mass power outages after #HurricaneFlorence | https://t.co/vH90C6Hp5F pic.twitter.com/EyOXnccdq4— News4JAX (@wjxt4) 13 september 2018
Here's a look at the @WTKR3 SkyCam at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront from around 8:30 this morning. #HurricaneFlorence has arrived. Check all of our SkyCams here: https://t.co/82sSIGgiAx. pic.twitter.com/yNUlHpiYoQ— Blaine Stewart (@BlaineStewart) 13 september 2018
Here’s a look at Sneads Ferry, close to the mouth of the New River that runs up through Jacksonville, N.C. They’re bracing for potentially catastrophic storm surge. Emergency officials tell me, “If you live here and haven’t evacuated, that window has closed.” #HurricaneFlorence pic.twitter.com/s1A3evxArU— Victor Oquendo (@VictorOquendo) 13 september 2018
NEW: wind gusts to 80 mph south Wilmington NC taken by @accuweather storm chaser @StormChaseTV #HurricaneFlorence eye wall still well offshore but approaching southeast NC very slowly! pic.twitter.com/qovhGq27Gj— Reed Timmer (@ReedTimmerAccu) 14 september 2018
???????? Aan de flanken van #HurricaneFlorence ????— Helga van Leur ☀ (@helgavanleur) 14 september 2018
Windstoten nu ca 120 km/uur
‘De wind huilt’ met horten en stoten.
Over circa 3 uur zou het oog er moeten zijn... pic.twitter.com/dPqm0pep6w
FLORENCE APPROACHES COAST - Check out a summary of some of the sights and sounds coming in from our field team from #HurricaneFlorence.— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) 14 september 2018
MORE HERE -> https://t.co/rcHGqbgM7t #Florence #ncwx @NWSMoreheadCity pic.twitter.com/5R9iq2WShO
Intense band from Hurricane #Florence swirling through Wrightsville Beach right now causing strong winds and torrential downpours !! Currently a barometric pressure of 989mb. pic.twitter.com/mA8X0em9dy— Mike Theiss (@MikeTheiss) 14 september 2018
Video shows storm surge from Hurricane #Florence begin to inundate New Bern, North Carolina as the Neuse River overflowed its banks and flooded parts of the town. https://t.co/4p1JzVCrLz pic.twitter.com/k7pmZkRDqc— ABC News (@ABC) 14 september 2018
Storm surge and heavy rain are not the only problems officials are fighting in North Carolina. This house fire began when a transformer was blown apart by savage winds from #HurricaneFlorence. It will be a long night ahead as Florence nears landfall over the region. pic.twitter.com/VUogf8mRdL— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) 14 september 2018
LATEST:— Marco Mosquera Jensen (@marcomos) 14 september 2018
- Hurricane #Florence has winds of 90 mph.
- The storm is 35 miles East-Southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina.
- 6.3 feet of storm surge reported in Emerald Isle.
- 150 people awaiting rescue in New Bern. https://t.co/kK537GOV2O pic.twitter.com/0Jx86E2x2w
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| Gewijzigd: 14 september, 09:48 uur, door Joyce.s
Zo’n knal... die hoorde ik ook (net wat later: er zullen wel meer transformatorhuisjes sneuvelen). Alleen nog dichterbij. En mijn schrikreactie was hetzelfde! ???? https://t.co/2c9B0GycPj— Helga van Leur ☀ (@helgavanleur) 14 september 2018
[340a] Tidal influenced, the Neuse River which flows up towards New Bern, NC has exceeded major flood stage. Moving into low tide however river levels not dropping incredibly fast given the 5.5' storm surge being reported in the area. #Florence pic.twitter.com/b5KE0hV3e4— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) 14 september 2018
Currently ~150 awaiting rescue in New Bern. We have 2 out-of-state FEMA teams here for swift water rescue. More are on the way to help us. WE ARE COMING TO GET YOU. You may need to move up to the second story, or to your attic, but WE ARE COMING TO GET YOU. #FlorenceNC— City of New Bern (@CityofNewBern) 14 september 2018
Please use for the #newbern and #newbernrescue for New Bern rescue activities.— CrowdSource Rescue (@cs_rescue) 14 september 2018
If you need to be rescued, go to https://t.co/tSJtAZgZUX
We currently have 34 cases, representing ~120 people needing help.
Working with local EMAs to coordinate spontaneous volunteers w/ boats. pic.twitter.com/3vTvzybqvS
Starting to see damage from #HurricaneFlorence. We have crews in #NorthCarolina giving updates. For more follow @ArmondoWKRN @CB_Cotton @ryanmatthewwebb. More on this devastating hurricane coming up on @WKRN pic.twitter.com/Ai2mDFwwy0— Brent Remadna (@RemadnaWKRN) 14 september 2018
Good morning! We’re a couple hours removed from high tide in #Hampton. Back River water levels still a little high. The concern is that #HurricaneFlorence could make tidal flooding worse this afternoon into tomorrow. https://t.co/o7aCE7HeV6 @WTKR3 #FirstWarn3 pic.twitter.com/fPD2TIGzb2— Anthony Sabella (@AnthonyWTKR) 14 september 2018
Update #Florence— Helga van Leur ☀ (@helgavanleur) 14 september 2018
We zitten nu in #Wilmington
Het oog zit op 30 km naar het oosten en is circa 30 km groot. Vlak daarvoor komt de eyewall door:daar zit het zwaarste weer op. De komende uren worden spannend! pic.twitter.com/7gTPu2hGRK
The eye of #HurricaneFlorence is closing in on North, Carolina. Looks like it will make landfall shortly just north of Wilmington. Check out the conditions there right now. A lot of flooding in New Bern, NC as well. Hundreds of people had to be rescued overnight. @WPTV pic.twitter.com/thAWBg04uR— Erica Rakow (@EricaRakow) 14 september 2018
WATCH: Hurricane Florence has torn the roof off a Piggly Wiggly in New Bern, NC.— ABC News 4 (@ABCNews4) 14 september 2018
More on Hurricane Florence in North Carolina ---> https://t.co/o9jcmb5prL#florence #hurricaneflorence #northcarolina #chswx
????: Brandon Clement, Live Storms Media pic.twitter.com/36K4bGbiCB
In the eyewall in Wilmington, NC. Power is out at the New Hanover EOC - they are running on generator power but the rest of the area is pitch black. Power flashes in the distance. Cell service is ok for now. #Florence #HurricaneFlorence #ncwx @WNCN pic.twitter.com/uBDEAs0GLf— Kristin Ketchell (@KristinKetchell) 14 september 2018
SOUND ON: Surveillance footage from evacuated Topsail Beach house shows ferocious winds and rain pelting property as Hurricane #Florence lashes North Carolina coast. https://t.co/fJTtROXk3J pic.twitter.com/ZWLf80gySW— Good Morning America (@GMA) 14 september 2018
Edit Joyce: Inmiddels zitten meer dan 322.000 huishoudens zonder stroom.
HOTEL EVACUATED. @COJacksonville corrected their initial release to SIXTY occupants evacuated from a hotel after “hurricane force winds threatened the structural integrity of the building.” #FlorenceNC #JacksonvilleNC pic.twitter.com/HniKGzXz7n— Shannon Delaney (@shannonkdelaney) 14 september 2018
Praying for everyone in the path of #HurricaneFlorence . Dont go outside, keep things charged and stay as high up as you can. First responders are going to rescue anyone and everyoke they can. Pryaing for everyone. pic.twitter.com/jAUV6ROUWD— Danielle Bolner (@BolnerDanielle) 14 september 2018
Update: flood waters feet deep with debris floating in New Bern, NC in Johnson Street, blocks from the river. Tide coming up again #HurricaneFlorence @accuweather @breakingweather pic.twitter.com/H95gU2UfEZ— Reed Timmer (@ReedTimmerAccu) 14 september 2018
Some information from Cape Lookout NS, Shell Point, Harkers Island as of 4 AM. Lots of tree damage, debris, and power lines down across the Island. Reports of major flooding on all access roads to the park. #Florence #ncwx pic.twitter.com/Na3XNAGKw4— NWS Newport/Morehead (@NWSMoreheadCity) 14 september 2018