Listen: Wilmington North Carolina, Carolinas Natasha China and North Carolina discussed on Jim Bohannon
"As it approaches landfall near the Carolinas Natasha China's in Wilmington North Carolina storm is still about eighty miles southeast of us right here. And it's moving very slowly about five miles per hour. But already we're starting to see alerts go off on people's phones, especially north of us in new Bern. The storm could land here or a little bit south of here because of that track going southward inland places like Washington DC have actually rescinded their state of emergency order beauty director of the National Hurricane Center. Ed Rappaport tells why the storm still poses a serious threat. Born search, of course, that's the problem right along the coast. We also have the issue with with rainfall we have a large area been talking about now for several days. Big concern entire state of North Carolina is going to be receiving close to five to ten inches or more one hundred thousand customers without power Florence expected to make landfall Friday."