Hurricane Florence Live Radar & Streams to Track Storm |

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Hurricane Florence churns toward CarolinasHurricane Florence is now expected to slow down and turn south after making a roaring landfall along the East Coast, a forecast that could have dire consequences for South Carolina, meteorologists said Wednesday. Florence is a mammoth, Category 4 storm with sustained winds of 130 mph. It is expected to reach the Carolinas early overnight Thursday, and more than a million people have been ordered to evacuate coastal areas. "Latest models show a ridge building over eastern U.S. slowing down Florence near our coast, stalling, then moving into South Carolina," the National Weather Service in Wilmington, North Carolina said. "Impacts will still be felt far away from the center of storm, and uncertainty still exists regarding magnitude of impacts in our area." The office warned that Florence "will likely be the storm of a lifetime for portions of the Carolina coast." The slowdown could mean 20 inches of rain or more in some areas, along with an extended period of high winds that could take down trees and power lines. **************** Humankind: Amazing moments that give us hope ➤ Humankind: Stories worth sharing ➤ Animalkind: Cute, cuddly & curious animals ➤ Just the FAQs: When news breaks, we break it down for you ➤ The Wall: An in-depth examination of Donald Trump’s border wall ➤ Florence is moving closer to the United States, and the best way to track the storm’s movement is through live streams and live radars. We have a collection below that you can watch in order to keep track of the storm’s movement. Some streams may go down periodically, so this post will be updated with new streams as needed. The first live stream, above, is from USA Today.An updated version of this story for September 12 is available here.You can also track the hurricane with this live str

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