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NASA data shows Florence brings torrential rains and record flooding to the Carolinas

Phys.org - Mon 17 Sep 18

NASA estimated the precipitation generated by Hurricane Florence from Sept. 10 through 17 as it approached North Carolina and days after it made landfall. On Sept. 17, Florence's remnant rainfall ...

NASA data shows Florence brings torrential rains and record flooding to the Carolinas, Eurekalert - Mon 17 Sep 18

The Weather Channel’s viral demo shows ‘worst case scenario’ of storm surge

The Washington Post - Fri 14 Sep 18

The Weather Channel's new immersive reality programming gives viewers a firsthand look inside dangerous weather phenomena.

Why Hurricane Florence is unusual and dangerous

Phys.org - Fri 14 Sep 18

Hurricane Florence is expected to bring heavy rains and dangerous storm surge to the Carolinas between Thursday and Saturday. Image: NOAA

Hurricane Florence Is Dumping a Huge Amount of Rain on the Carolinas

SPACE.com - Fri 14 Sep 18

The storm's winds are no longer as strong as they once were, but the rainfall is already approaching 'catastrophic.'

Hurricane Florence Is Dumping a Huge Amount of Rain on the Carolinas, Livescience - Fri 14 Sep 18

NASA shows incredible image of Hurricane Florence in 3D

FOXNews - Fri 14 Sep 18

Thanks to its Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR), NASA has shown an incredible 3D view of Hurricane Florence as it approached the eastern part of the U.S.

Hurricane Florence Makes Landfall in North Carolina, Slams US Southeast Coast with Raging Winds and Rain

Livescience - Fri 14 Sep 18

The brunt of Hurricane Florence slammed North Carolina this morning with winds raging an astonishing 90 mph (150 km/h), according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami.

Weather Channel demos Hurricane Florence 'worst-case scenario' with mixed reality - CNET

CNET - Thu 13 Sep 18

At 6 feet, humans are underwater and cars are floating. At 9 feet, it's much worse.

Weather Channel shares grim demo of Hurricane Florence's storm surge - CNET

CNET Cutting Edge - Thu 13 Sep 18

At six feet, humans are underwater and cars are floating. At nine feet, it's much worse.

This terrifying graphic from The Weather Channel shows the power and danger of Hurricane Florence

The Verge - Thu 13 Sep 18

A new video from The Weather Channel shows in real time the danger of flood waters already rising in parts of the Carolinas as Hurricane Florence starts battering the coast. The ...

Stunning Weather Channel Video Shows Why Storm Surges Are So Dangerous

Livescience - Thu 13 Sep 18

Hurricane Florence is packing the potential for some dangerous flooding, and a new Weather Channel video highlights why it's important to avoid.

Hurricane Florence could flood manure pits, contaminating drinking water, experts warn

FOXNews - Thu 13 Sep 18

Hurricane Florence could result in contaminated drinking water, experts warn.

Hurricane Florence Threatens to Spread Hog Poop Over North Carolina

Wired Science - Fri 14 Sep 18

Big pools of pig excrement, a byproduct of the state's many hog farms, sit in the path of Hurricane Florence.

How the Weather Channel Made That Insane Hurricane Florence Storm Surge Animation

Wired Tech - Thu 13 Sep 18

A combination of Unreal Engine and a specially outfitted studio brought Hurricane Florence to life.

Hurricane Florence could cause dangerous floods of toxic sludge and animal waste

Inhabitat - Wed 12 Sep 18

Torrential rains are not the only thing Hurricane Florence will bring once it hits landfall. The massive storm is expected to dump record amounts of rain in the southeastern United States — ...