People Have Spotted Something Hilariously NSFW About Hurricane Florence

People Have Spotted Something Hilariously NSFW About Hurricane Florence

People Have Spotted Something Hilariously NSFW About Hurricane Florence

Normally when we talk about the potential for hurricane damage, we talk about the impact of storm surges and high winds - both of which are, to be sure, incredibly risky in their own right.

However, the remnants of Florence may get drawn into a cold frontal passage early next week.

Landfall is expected late Thursday or early Friday, and the National Hurricane Center fears the storm "will slow considerably or stall, leading to a prolonged and exceptionally heavy and unsafe rainfall event Friday-Sunday".

Footage shows a pier and a beach in Nags Head, North Carolina, being hit with heavy surf as the storm rolls into the area.

"This rainfall would produce catastrophic flash flooding and significant river flooding", the NHC said.

The massive storm is larger than North Carolina and South Carolina - combined, according to South Carolina Emergency Management.

People in areas vulnerable to the unsafe hurricane, particularly those in coastal regions, have fled ahead of the storm.

At least 800 flights have been cancelled or grounded due to the storm's expected landfall, CNN reported.

More than a million people have been ordered to evacuate the coastlines of the Carolinas and Virginia.

As of 10am Thursday (local time), Florence's top winds were 177km/h, and it was marching northwest at16km/h, about 257km east-southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina, and 329km east-southeast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Florence could bring life-threatening storm surges, up to 13 feet. Author of "The Great Deluge: Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast".

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At the White House, President Donald Trump both touted the government's readiness and urged people to get out of the way of Florence.

Florence's maximum sustained winds were clocked on Thursday at 105 miles per hour (165 kph) after it was downgraded to a Category 2 on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale, according to the NHC.

Now, many more people and houses are set to endure hurricane-force winds, which extend 80 miles out from Florence's center.

Body surfer Andrew Vanotteren, of Savannah, Ga., crashes into waves from Hurricane Florence, Wednesday, Sept., 12, 2018, on the south beach of Tybee Island, Ga. Water kills more people in hurricanes than wind, and the rain and storm surge will make Florence extremely risky.

Thankfully, a large high pressure center will keep us safe from Florence over the weekend here in New England. And newly formed Subtropical Storm Joyce is not expected to threaten land soon.

Energy companies have also warned that the storm could knock out power for the foreseeable future in some areas.

In August 2017, Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 and practically stalled over southern Texas, dropping record-breaking rain in many areas and causing widespread flooding.

About 5.25 million people live in areas under hurricane warnings or watches, and 4.9 million more live in places covered by tropical storm warnings or watches, the National Weather Service said. When Alexander Gerst and Ricky Arnold, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS), attempted to photograph Hurricane Florence, the storm was so big they "could only capture her with a super wide-angle lens", according to Gerst. On an island like Puerto Rico, which has limited health care and other types of infrastructure, a hurricane's downstream effects can prove even more devastating than the initial surge.

"Either no (hotel) rooms are available, or we are denied because the breed or size of dogs", she said. It caused 117 fatalities and cost the US $17 billion.

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