Listen: Sean, South Carolina and Atlantic discussed on Sean Hannity
"At this, Sean this immense storm has feeder bands that are still coming in right over you, burn. There's still sixty seventy mile an hour winds in those feeder beans coming in for instance, dr- dumping just raining. Our now as this moves inland. It's still going to have real gusty winds knocked down some trees all the way to the upstate of South Carolina. But what starts happening is the tornado aspects starts taking over where tomorrow, you'll see an increase in tornado activity. You'll probably see even more on Sunday. I wouldn't be surprised at on Tuesday. There was some tornadoes in the mid Atlantic states when this went through so it's a multifaceted storms off its peak. I would say that we're going to see a nice win. I probably wouldn't have reports are all done from the stations. And they all come in. You'll probably see that this hit with wind gusts up to one hundred and twenty miles an hour.."