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If the storm stalls and wanders down the coast, what will be the effect on its intensity? Would it be weakened by then or still present a significant threat? Thanks so much for the answer and all you do! Yes, Levi has become quite a mature and knowledgeable adult from when I first ran into him as a smart 13 year old kid.

We are also still arguing to go or stay, and our neighbors are staying. I appreciate your question! How bad has flooding and wind damage been at your place from past storms. If it damaged your dwelling or caused you to be stranded. Hurricanes get more lethal the longer the time it has been since one struck land.

People forget how dangerous they actually are. Yes, our family voted, and we are heading to Atlanta in the morning. Please stay safe everyone. Thank you very much! Great, great work, Levi. Most informative set of information I have found on a daily basis.

Thank you very much. Thanks for the update Levi. Bad for damage potential and flooding, and prolonged storm surge. Maybe the shear will help keep Florence down below Cat 4 as she nears the coast.

HI, I was just told about this Facebook page and I am impressed. I am wondering about how bad Florence will hit the Delmarva Penniisula. I keep looking at this system and thinking bad tropical storm, but not sure. I have a daughter that lives there and I am worried. What do you think? The biggest issue is going to be freshwater flooding. If both the European and GFS models are both showing the stall and southward track down to Charleston, why does NHC and weather channel still show the storm hitting Wilmington and heading inland?

NHC doest jump when it sees changes in the models. If it did that it would be all over the place when it comes to predictions. It takes a formula of models and comes up with the cone. Indeed, and the models are going to change quite a bit between now and Thursday morning. If the GFS and Euro both continue to shift then warning further south and west will be issued but not because of a couple model runs.

Awesome discussion today Levi! Thanks for all that you do to provide us with the latest tropical weather information. Do you think this storm will play out the same way hurricane Joaquin did in where the storm moved WSW and the islands of the central Bahamas took a beating for a number of days? Could we potentially be looking at a strong category 4 or category 5 storm where the eye could lash the barrier islands of the US coast for 48 hours or more while tapping into the warm waters of the Gulf Stream?

The current conditions seem plausible for this worst case scenario to occur and I am curious about your thoughts on this. John, do you mean the central Bahamas taking a beating from Flow. A Cat 4 maybe, but more likely a Cat 3.

Jim C, Thank you for your comments and outlook. I was comparing the possibilty of this storm acting the same way that Hurricane Joaquin did, where a blocking high caused the storm to stall and turn WSW and stall again. If my words were unclear I apologize for that. Furthermore, I know no two storm systems are alike as weather is forever changing in real time.

But in the past we have seen storms slow down and wobble along the coastline so I was just curious of we will possibly see the same behavior with this storm. I thought that they would be in the red zone. Zuzu, I imagine because the current track shows the storm south of the Outer Banks. My senior year in high school was Hurricane Andrew in The last category 5 hurricane to hit land.

I have family in Biltmore Lake, North Carolina they are not worried about Flo because they are safely in the mountains. I am concerned for North Carolina who do not know what could happen. Those people do not speculate, they are arrogant. Hi, I had a question regarding traveling. My family has a planned trip to go to Atlanta Friday night to see a concert. What is the timing for rain in this area and do you think it would be safe for us to travel?

Your reports are comprehensive, insightful, and understandable. I rely upon your analysis. Thank you for doing this. My family is still saying it will be nothing. Joey, I live in the NC mountains and trying to prepare in case we do get hit with catastrophic flooding and power loss.

Water was selling fast at the grocery store yesterday. If local weather reports get more specific for this region, hopefully your family will be on alert. Florence is going to cause fresh water flooding from excessive rain. I say this from experience because our house Vermont was flooded by Irene 7 years ago.

Water coming off hills near our house was trapped by the roadbed running by the house, overwhelmed the 3-foot culvert, and flooded our yard with 4 feet of water. We ended up with 8 feet of water trapped in our basement after the water receded. Here are my lessons learned: Keep reading if you are in an area where water might collect. With Irene, the flooding was very localized, so we were able to stay with friends on higher ground.

You will be moving stuff in the rain if you must leave. Move things you are leaving behind to the highest level in the house. Find out how they would like you to document damage if you start cleaning up before the insurance adjuster arrives. Remember that most policies do not cover flood damage, so it is imperative to get the water out as quick as possible.

Flood waters will rise very quickly. Our house flooded less than an hour after the water started rising. Turn off the gas and flip the main electric service breaker off on your way out. It will cost you a couple hundred dollars but can save you thousands if your basement fills with water.

We were able to pump most of the water out of the basement within 8 hours of it flooding because a local construction company dropped of a 4-inch trash pump for us to use. The key to damage limitation is get the water out as fast as possible. It is going to want to float in the water and your cleanup will become exponentially more expensive if it ruptures.

If you flood it is important to get the moisture out of the house as quick as possible to prevent mold issues. Flood waters are nasty and when the waters recede what is left behind will make you ill. If you are pumping water out of your basement, check for foundation damage. Water in the basement can stabilize a damaged foundation.

You may need to frame in support before removing all the water to prevent further collapse. Take pictures of the damage and then start removing anything that was touched by flood waters from the house. Carpets, dry wall, and insulation should be removed as soon as possible to limit mold damage. Leave windows and doors open and get air circulating.

Anything touched by flood waters should be thrown away. This includes garden vegetables. Hmm the most destructive hurricane in I will watch the live cams from Myrtle Beach until they stay alive. We have temperature monitors for our appliances so we could monitor whether to fire up the generator or not. All drinking use pitchers etc, just fill it. You have running water now, all you want. After Katrina, I knew a lot of people who had no flood insurance.

None of them returned to the lives they had before the hurricane. Now there is Go Fund Me, which did not exist after Katrina. We are thinking that since the storm is coming ashore in NC and then projected to head south, we think not, but want to see if anyone has any knowledge or storm surge models that tell us otherwise.

If any of you are wondering whether you should evacuate. One year ago I was in Southwest Florida and witnessed first hand the devastation of Irma.


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