The remnants of Florence dropped more than a foot of rain for some locations over the weekend and a flash flood watch remains in effect through Monday for the entire region.
Ten days after Hurricane Florence came ashore, the storm caused fresh chaos Monday across the Carolinas, where rivers kept rising and thousands more people were told to be ready to evacuate.
A new round of evacuations was ordered in South Carolina as the trillions of gallons of water dumped by Hurricane Florence meanders to the sea, raising river levels and threatening more destruction.
Duke Energy activated a high-level emergency alert at a retired coal-fired power plant in North Carolina as floodwaters from the nearby Cape Fear River overtopped an earthen dike at the facility and inundated a large lake, raising concerns of a potential breach.
It's been nearly a week since Hurricane Florence tore through the Carolinas.
Exhaustion and frustration are building in the Carolinas as thousands of people wait to go home days after Hurricane Florence unleashed epic floods blamed for at least 37 deaths, including those of two women who drowned when a sheriff’s van taking them to a mental health facility was swept off a road.
Nine police officers from the City of Monroe Police Department will be heading to Boiling Springs Lake in eastern North Carolina with equipment to assist law enforcement in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.
With Wilmington still mostly an island surrounded by Hurricane Florence’s floodwaters and people waiting for hours for handouts of necessities like food, North Carolina’s governor is pleading with thousands of evacuees to be patient and not return home just yet.
The river seethed a quarter-mile away, bulging from its banks, so the patrol cars circled the neighborhood three times.
Like hurricanes Harvey and Katrina before it, Florence will be remembered for unleashing a staggering amount of water over a vast area.
Two years ago, from Hurricane Matthew and in 1999, from Hurricane Floyd, floodwaters came close to entering Joe Holmes’ house in South Carolina, but he dodged those bullets. Now, with Florence , he doesn’t feel so lucky.
A large Rat Snake crosses East 36th St. in NoDa, Charlotte, likely displaced from flash flooding caused by the torrential rain of Tropical Storm Florence.
After a severe storm, like we just experienced with Florence, it’s imperative that you take proper precautions with your home systems.
The body of a one-year-old Kaiden Lee-Welch was found in Union County Monday morning after being swept away by rushing flood waters. WCCB spoke with Kaiden's mother, as she describe what happened moments before the accident.
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The focus across the Carolinas is recovery from Hurricane Florence and the damage it brought with it.