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Dzmitry Salnikau11.27.18 12:30 PM ET

North Carolina began to feel the first effects of Florence on Thursday, with the outer bands of wind and rain moving in and whipping up the surf.

At 11 a.m, the storm was 145 miles from Wilmington, with the eye expected make landfall early Friday. It's expected to sit over the coast, swamping homes, businesses and infrastructure with torrential rains and storm surge.

Ten million people are under some kind of storm watch or warning and more than 1.5 million were told to evacuate. Officials have emphasized that even though the storm was downgraded from a Category 4 to a Category 2, it could still be lethal.

North Carolina began to feel the first effects of Florence on Thursday, with the outer bands of wind and rain moving in and whipping up the surf.

At 11 a.m, the storm was 145 miles from Wilmington, with the eye expected make landfall early Friday. It's expected to sit over the coast, swamping homes, businesses and infrastructure with torrential rains and storm surge.

Ten million people are under some kind of storm watch or warning and more than 1.5 million were told to evacuate. Officials have emphasized that even though the storm was downgraded from a Category 4 to a Category 2, it could still be lethal.

North Carolina began to feel the first effects of Florence on Thursday, with the outer bands of wind and rain moving in and whipping up the surf.

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At 11 a.m, the storm was 145 miles from Wilmington, with the eye expected make landfall early Friday. It's expected to sit over the coast, swamping homes, businesses and infrastructure with torrential rains and storm surge.

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Ten million people are under some kind of storm watch or warning and more than 1.5 million were told to evacuate. Officials have emphasized that even though the storm was downgraded from a Category 4 to a Category 2, it could still be lethal.

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North Carolina began to feel the first effects of Florence on Thursday, with the outer bands of wind and rain moving in and whipping up the surf.

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At 11 a.m, the storm was 145 miles from Wilmington, with the eye expected make landfall early Friday. It's expected to sit over the coast, swamping homes, businesses and infrastructure with torrential rains and storm surge.

Ten million people are under some kind of storm watch or warning and more than 1.5 million were told to evacuate. Officials have emphasized that even though the storm was downgraded from a Category 4 to a Category 2, it could still be lethal.

North Carolina began to feel the first effects of Florence on Thursday, with the outer bands of wind and rain moving in and whipping up the surf.

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North Carolina began to feel the first effects of Florence on Thursday, with the outer bands of wind and rain moving in and whipping up the surf.

At 11 a.m, the storm was 145 miles from Wilmington, with the eye expected make landfall early Friday. It's expected to sit over the coast, swamping homes, businesses and infrastructure with torrential rains and storm surge.

Ten million people are under some kind of storm watch or warning and more than 1.5 million were told to evacuate. Officials have emphasized that even though the storm was downgraded from a Category 4 to a Category 2, it could still be lethal.

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North Carolina began to feel the first effects of Florence on Thursday, with the outer bands of wind and rain moving in and whipping up the surf.

At 11 a.m, the storm was 145 miles from Wilmington, with the eye expected make landfall early Friday. It's expected to sit over the coast, swamping homes, businesses and infrastructure with torrential rains and storm surge.

Ten million people are under some kind of storm watch or warning and more than 1.5 million were told to evacuate. Officials have emphasized that even though the storm was downgraded from a Category 4 to a Category 2, it could still be lethal.

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