NASA Releases Footage Of Hurricane Florence And Her 'Mike Tyson Punch'

NASA Releases Footage Of Hurricane Florence And Her 'Mike Tyson Punch'

NASA Releases Footage Of Hurricane Florence And Her 'Mike Tyson Punch'

Commercial insurer FM Global said it has a team in Atlanta, including more than 30 claims adjusters who are helping companies prepare for the storm and are ready to deploy into the area after Florence hits.

"Get out of its way, don't play games with it, it's a big one, maybe as big as they've seen", Trump said.

"This one really scares me", Graham said. By Sunday, Florence will have dissipated to a tropical storm, and by Monday morning it will be a tropical depression.

As Hurricane Florence continues barreling in direction of the Carolinas, NASA has posted a outstanding video of the storm with winds drawing reach 130 miles per hour.

As the hurricane became larger and better organized Tuesday afternoon, mandatory evacuations were ordered for parts of South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.

It had been projected to shift north after making landfall.

"This is going to be a Mike Tyson punch to the Carolina coast", said Jeff Byard, the associate administrator for response and recovery at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). "This is not going to be a glancing blow", Byard explained.

As Hurricane Florence closes in on Wilmington, North Carolina (where it's projected to make landfall tomorrow), the ISS managed to capture a stunning video of the hurricane's titanic mass moving across the Atlantic as the station flew 255 miles (410 kilometers) overhead.

However, her agency was prepared to assist neighboring SC and North Carolina, which are in the landfall bullseye for Category 4 Hurricane Florence, according to some computer models.

The blasting wind and surging water may also damage some of the 16 nuclear reactors located in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.

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Radiant Solutions said recent model guidance showed Florence was expected to stall off the coast of North Carolina and drift southwestward parallel to the coast before tracking inland into SC.

"If I need to evacuate I can go to my son's house", Sparks said as he carted a load of water bottles to his vehicle.

With South Carolina's beach towns more in the bull's-eye because of the shifting forecast, OH vacationers Chris and Nicole Roland put off their departure from North Myrtle Beach to get the maximum amount of time on the sand.

"We have not been asked to take evacuees yet and will evaluate our capability at the time of the request", Ralston said. Workers are being brought in from the Midwest and Florida to help in the storm's aftermath, it said. "Don't bet your life on riding out a monster", he said.

Five sites slated for closing that are closest to the coast have lower water levels and "can hold significant rainfall", Erin Culbert, a spokeswoman, said in an email. "It's sort of like having 33 weather stations out in the middle of the ocean", said flight director Richard Henning. "I was in the same house and it stood fine".

Florence will be, in all likelihood, the most intense storm to strike the region in at least 25 years, since Hugo.

"Disaster is at the doorstep and is coming in".

State and federal officials have frequently urged residents in the target zone to evacuate but there was resistance along the coast.

A network of rivers and streams that extend inland from the coast could also carry the surge far inland, said Phil Klotzbach, a research scientist at Colorado State University's department of atmospheric sciences.

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