Listen: Wilmington, North Carolina and South Carolina discussed on Mark Levin
"And that's when they could get gusts to seventy seventy five miles an hour out of the southeast, which you will come off the ocean. So I would I would wait. Let's hope let's hope that it's not as bad. But I suspect when it's all said and done, and they get into these areas it remember this storms got another day or two to go and some of the areas that are hit. Now, it's got another couple of days to come along back into South Carolina comes up the mountains and right through Pennsylvania, right through New York. And what talking about hurricane force winds at that point. At all. No, we're talking about a lot of flooding the threat of tornadoes, maybe wind gusts. I wouldn't be surprised if you got wind gusts of fifty miles an hour Long Island because a lot of times when these storms come out of the mountains you saw what happened. Remember, I came out of the mountains and also in Iran, we wound back up again because the frictional effects go down. But you know, they may downgrade this to a tropical storm at five o'clock. But this is this. This is an ongoing. The governor says that the storm is overwhelmed new Bern, North Carolina. So. Sean, I the last thing I wanna do is over hyped something. But off saying is it hit at nine fifty eight militaires. And when I see Wilmington get a wind gusts from the north northeast not from the southeast from the land. So a win Wilmington Wilmington, North Carolina. There's no ocean north northeast to them when you get a wind gusts to one hundred and five miles an hour. You have to wonder, well, what the heck happened is happening on the beaches where the wind is coming off the friction friction with surface almost of the oceans. And so when the talent our at sixty four miles an hour in Wilmington. I don't know what the level of flooding is. But."