Profile image
By John Rolls (Reporter)
Contributor profile | More stories
Story Views
Last Hour:
Last 24 Hours:

"Worst Storm In US History Set To Break All-Time Records; Forecasters Fear Harvey Flood Redux

% of readers think this story is Fact. Add your two cents.

By Tyler Durden  /  ZeroHedge

The latest computer forecasts from Tuesday afternoon have predicted that Hurricane Florence, still a Category 4 yet growing larger and more powerful, may shift and hit somewhere near the border between North and South Carolina as coastal residents flee what may be the most powerful hurricane to hit the state in 64 years, according to Bloomberg

“Florence is expected to stall and wander near or over the coast for as many as four days, dumping prodigious amounts of rain,” said meteorologist Jeff Masters of Weather Underground, who added “If a significant portion of the storm’s circulation remains over water, as occurred last year with Hurricane Harvey’s stall over Southeast Texas — or even if Florence were to move into the higher terrain of western North Carolina and then stall — the rain may break all-time state records for rainfall from a hurricane or tropical storm.“ 

Andrew Freedman✔@afreedma

Evolution in @NHC_Atlantic track maps for Hurricane #Florence , visualized by the @axios viz team. Updates on the hurricane here: …

2:20 PM – Sep 11, 2018

Twitter Ads info and privacy

View image on Twitter

View image on Twitter


“We don’t want to gamble with a single South Carolina life.”

Southeast braces for Hurricane #Florence: 

1:09 PM – Sep 11, 2018

Twitter Ads info and privacy

Trooper Bob✔@TrooperBob_SCHP

SCHP flush cars leading traffic from Charleston to Columbia in the reversed lane. #Florence

9:50 AM – Sep 11, 2018

Twitter Ads info and privacy

It’s really a dicey forecast right now,” says National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Emlaw.

Landfall is expected late Thursday or early Friday, while mandatory evacuations are in place in preparation for a 12-foot storm surge which could affect over 750,000 homes, according to property analytics firm CoreLogic, while causing up to $27 billion in damages.

President Trump, meanwhile said he expects Hurricane Florence to be among the worst storms ever to strike the US, but that the federal government is prepared to respond to the disaster. 

“We’re as ready as anybody’s ever been,” Trump told White House reporters during a Tuesday briefing with officials from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). 

“It’s going to be a very large one,” said Trump, adding “It’s tremendously big and tremendously wet.” 

View image on Twitter

View image on Twitter

Josh [email protected]

WH/ABC: Pres. Trump approves Virginia emergency declaration ahead of Hurricane Florence landfall

11:59 AM – Sep 11, 2018

Twitter Ads info and privacy


President Trump on Hurricane #Florence: “They haven’t seen anything like what’s coming at us in 25, 30 years, maybe ever. It’s tremendously big and tremendously wet.”

1:09 PM – Sep 11, 2018

Twitter Ads info and privacy

View videos here:

More great articles here:

Report abuse


Your Comments
Question Razz Sad Evil Exclaim Smile Redface Biggrin Surprised Eek Confused Cool LOL Mad Twisted Rolleyes Wink Idea Arrow Neutral Cry Mr. Green

Total 3 comments
  • Anonymous

    It’s a bigly, BIGLY storm brewing out there. :eek:

  • unidentified

    looks like someone is demonstrating weather manipulation :eek:

    • Bob DD

      Called HAARP, weather used as a weapon. This could be stopped lickety-split like the one they broke up approaching Hawaii.




Email this story
Email this story

If you really want to ban this commenter, please write down the reason:

If you really want to disable all recommended stories, click on OK button. After that, you will be redirect to your options page.