CONWAY, S.C., Sept 20 Flooding across the
Carolinas in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which has
killed 36 people, was expected to worsen over the next couple of
days, forecasters said.
WILMINGTON, N.C., Sept 19 U.S. President Donald
Trump is expected on Wednesday to visit North Carolina, which is
bearing the brunt of Florence's deadly deluge and where rivers
are still rising while thousands of homes and roadways remain
WILMINGTON, N.C. Rivers and waterways, swollen after Florence's historic deluge, rose dangerously across the Carolinas on Tuesday, closing roads, inundating communities, hindering rescue and repair efforts and preventing evacuees from returning home. | Video
WILMINGTON/FAYETTEVILLE, N.C., Sept 18 Rising
flood waters threatened communities across the Carolinas on
Tuesday as storm Florence menaced the U.S. Northeast with heavy
rains and tornadoes after killing at least 32 people.
WILMINGTON/FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. Rescue teams were trying to reach hundreds of people on Monday and racing against rising rivers and floods that could last for days after Florence dumped record rain on the Carolinas and killed at least 31 people. | Video
WILMINGTON/WILSON, N.C. Deadly storm Florence drenched North Carolina with more downpours on Sunday, cutting off the coastal city of Wilmington, damaging tens of thousands of homes and threatening worse flooding as rivers fill to the bursting point. | Video
WILMINGTON/WILSON, N.C., Sept 17 Deadly storm
Florence moved across western North Carolina early on Monday and
continued to dump rain that has nowhere to go except to swell
rivers, flood highways and homes, and threaten more lives as it
heads towards Virginia and New England.
CAROLINA BEACH, N.C. As Hurricane Florence bent trees and began to peel away part of his neighbor's roof late on Thursday night, E.J. Griffin wondered if he had made a mistake by staying at his house in Carolina Beach in defiance of a mandatory evacuation order.
WILMINGTON, N.C. Tropical Storm Florence trudged inland on Saturday, flooding rivers and towns, toppling trees and cutting power to nearly a million homes and businesses as it dumped huge amounts of rain on North and South Carolina, where five people have died. | Video
* Storm in 'violent grind' across state -N. Carolina