Listen: Jack Callaghan, Fox News and National Hurricane Center discussed on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis
"The Carolinas Jack Callaghan, Fox News. It's tropical storm Florence. Now. The wind speeds have dropped a heavy rains continue what we've seen in the last few hours is a change in that the storm surge which is still somewhat of a risk is beginning to come down because the winds are coming down. But the rainfall impacts are increasing Rappaport at the National Hurricane Center who says nearly two feet of rain has fallen at morehead city, North Carolina. Fox's Steve Harrigan says the winds have finally started to subside of north topsil beach. Is this part of the coast has just been pounded nonstop by heavy rain and heavy winds as well. The winds right near the coast where we were for most of the day strong enough to damage houses, we saw some rusoff some other parts of houses really blown off. I've people are known dead from the storm, including a mother and child who died in Wilmington when a large tree crushed to their home center of the storm now over eastern, South Carolina, moving slowly."