Hurricane Florence Poised for Direct Hit to the Carolinas, Virginia

Hurricane Florence | I-95 Exit Guide

Updated 9/11/18, 8:00 pm. – A life-threatening storm surge is now highly likely along portions of the coastlines of North and South Carolina, and a Storm Surge Warning is in effect for a portion of this area. All interests from South Carolina into the Mid-Atlantic region should ensure they have their hurricane plan in place and follow any advice given by local officials.

Significant portions of Interstate 95 in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia will be impacted by this storm. Travel may be hazardous.

Life-threatening, catastrophic flash flooding and significant river flooding is likely over portions of the Carolina and Mid-Atlantic states from late this week into early next week, as Florence is expected to slow down as it approaches the coast and moves inland.

Damaging hurricane-force winds are likely along portions of the coasts of the Carolinas, and a Hurricane Warning has been issued for a part of this area. Damaging winds could also spread well inland into portions of the Carolinas and Virginia.

Large swells affecting portions of the East Coast will continue this week, resulting in life-threatening surf and rip-currents.

As additional travel information becomes available, we will post it on this website.

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