Listen: North Carolina, South Carolina and Hurricane discussed on Mark Levin
"Being I appreciate it. Yeah. This storm that really barreled through North Carolina earlier today and continues to hit North Carolina, flooding rain is reaching South Carolina. Wind speeds about seventy miles per hour wind gusts upwards of eighty miles per hour right now, and the water is the main story, not only the fact that it's dumping rain. But the fact that it's going to rain for the next thirty six to forty eight hours. Now, this thing has been downgraded to a tropical storm the concern bear is that people will continue to let their guard down. It started as a category. Four hurricane did to a two then to warn and now to a tropical storm. I've heard firsthand a lot of people saying I knew it was going to be that bad. Well, local officials are saying hold up of minute. It's this leading after the storm passes that's going to be a baiter major concern enroll ready seeing that at North Carolina. When you talk about the storm, and and how so it smooth. What are you saying they're on the ground? I mean, this is what of human understand. This thing is literally just sitting right there on top. You just circling and dumping and dumping and dumping the water and the winds to. Yeah. It's a tropical storm, but eighty mile per hour. Wind gusts are nothing to take lightly whatsoever. And these wind gusts have been an excessive fifty miles per hour here where I haven't at beach for."