High in lower 80s today and mid 70s on Wednesday.
Florence will be moving at a faster pace across the Northeast, but the short duration of the storm may not limit its impact on some communities.
If it’s so dangerous, why doesn’t a tropical depression carry a scarier designation?
Tuesday through Thursday will see mostly sunny skies, with highs in the lower to mid 80s and lows in the mid to upper 60s.
Excessive rainfall will contribute to more catastrophic flooding across southeastern and south-central North Carolina and into northeastern South Carolina this weekend.
Rain expected Monday.
Ocean water surges over streets and into homes.
Rain is not forecast until Monday.
AccuWeather estimates that Hurricane Florence will cause $30 billion to 60 billion in economic impact and damage.
Sun remains in the forecast through Sunday, while most of the east coast braces for Hurricane Florence.
“There is plenty of gasoline” but delays due to flooding could make it a headache to get.
Partly sunny skies projected for most of the week.
Some communities may be under water for days and possibly a week or more; Florence has potential to join the ranks of the costliest natural disasters in the history of the United States.
Highs will be in the lower 80s Thursday through Sunday.
Tropical Storms Isaac and Helene have joined Florence in the Atlantic Basin.