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This exchange between Trump and hurricane victims sounds fake but it’s very, very real

Is Donald Trump our first AI president? It’s hard not to think so after seeing his truly weird interactions with several victims of Hurricane Florence during his visit to North Carolina to survey the storm’s damage. SEE ALSO: 7 ways ‘The Simpsons’ predicted the chaos of Donald Trump’s presidency The pool report of the exchanges...CONTINUE READING
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Photos and videos show the destruction and power of Florence

While Florence is, as of 12:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, now “just” a tropical storm, it has still ripped the Carolina coast with heavy winds and record-breaking rainfall, causing widespread damage for humans and wildlife alike.  Photos and videos from around the region, and particularly North Carolina, showed the power that Florence contained as it...CONTINUE READING
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The heart-wrenching tale of one man rescued from Florence and his cat named ‘Survivor’

As the remnants of what was once Hurricane Florence continues spinning inland, dropping massive amounts of rain and causing damage and widespread flooding, stories of survival are beginning to emerge from the Carolina coast. Including that of a kitten who is literally a “Survivor.” SEE ALSO: Weatherman dramatically braces for Hurricane Florence while 2 guys...CONTINUE READING
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How flocks of birds got trapped inside the eye of Hurricane Florence

In 1969, researchers spotted a black and white sooty tern in Michigan. This hardy seabird, however, had little business visiting the Midwest. The saltwater species usually spends its life in the tropics, more than 1,000 miles away.  Hurricane Camille — one of the most powerful storms in U.S. history — had trapped and carried the...CONTINUE READING
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Weatherman dramatically braces for Hurricane Florence while 2 guys casually stroll by

As Hurricane Florence continues to wreak havoc on the Carolinas, weather people and storm chasers are heading as close as they can to the eye of the storm without putting themselves in danger. One such reporter was caught on camera bracing for the storm … a little two intensely. SEE ALSO: Stunning astronaut photos show...CONTINUE READING
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How you can help victims of Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence, a massive storm on course to strike North and South Carolina, finally made landfall Friday morning. The slow-moving hurricane is currently pounding the Atlantic coast with 90 mph winds, widespread coastal flooding, and sheets of rain.  While we won’t know the full scope of Florence’s toll for days, the hurricane has already forced...CONTINUE READING
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Twitter to weather guy reporting on Hurricane Florence: Get inside!

Hurricane Florence is bearing down on the Carolinas with rising floodwaters and intense winds. Weather forecasts estimate that the Category 2 storm could dump 17 trillion gallons of rain on North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia  But that hasn’t stopped reporters from heading into the thick of it. And people are naturally concerned for...CONTINUE READING
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Watch a livestream of Hurricane Florence bearing down on North Carolina

This is why you don’t mess with Mother Nature.  Hurricane Florence is beginning to bear down on the Carolinas with heavy winds and rising tides. Weather forecasts estimate that the Category 2 storm could dump 17 trillion gallons of rain on the East Coast.  SEE ALSO: Watch hurricane hunters fly into the eye of an...CONTINUE READING
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The Atlantic Ocean is packed with storms. What’s going on?

The Atlantic Ocean is alive. Including Hurricane Florence, there are currently four named storms — tempests with winds of at least 39 mph — churning in the Atlantic. This ties the record for the most named storms in the Atlantic at any one time.  And there could be more: There’s yet another collection of thunderstorms...CONTINUE READING
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Hurricane Florence is growing: 5 things to know about the monster storm

The nation’s eyes are on Hurricane Florence, which overcame some big odds to target the East Coast this week. Regardless of where the storm ultimately lands in the Carolinas, the Southeastern U.S. is due for potentially unprecedented rainfall and violent surges of ocean water.  SEE ALSO: Hurricane Florence replaced its eyewall. What does that mean?...CONTINUE READING
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