Listen: Fox, Hurricane Florence and Jack Callaghan discussed on Beyond Reality
"Battering the Carolina coastline on Jack Callaghan. Fox news. The eye of the storm has come ashore yet, but hurricane Florence is making her presence felt sitting right on the coast isn't there yet? But some of those real heavy bands of rains are now moving in or we've seen a wind gust of one hundred and twelve miles an hour again that was out at a buoy. But as this moves closer, those stronger winds are going to keep getting closer to shore clocks meteorologist Adam plot says the winds have reduced to ninety miles an hour that makes Florence a category. One hurricane on north topsil beach, North Carolina. Fox's Steve Harrigan is in the middle of it. We're seeing the rain come in now sideways. Very heavy. The wind strong enough to snap branches to pull some tiles off of houses. But not the overall destructive win that we've seen in some major hurricanes hard enough to do some damage, but we're not seeing buildings or trees stat just really branches. The big threat continues to be rainfall and the storm surge massive flooding. As predicted a manmade disaster."