Barry is now packing winds of 75 mph. Life-threatening flash flooding will become increasingly likely later today and tonight as Barry moves inland.
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New Orleans is bracing for a tropical storm that is expected to hit tonight or tomorrow, bringing with it chances of intense flooding.
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The storm struck the Gulf coast of Florida this afternoon as the third most intense hurricane ever to strike the continental U.S., and the most intense since 1969.
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Video shared from the town of Washington, North Carolina shows a riverfront drowned as far as the camera can see by Hurricane Florence's floodwaters.
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The storm's winds are no longer as strong as they once were, but the rainfall is already approaching 'catastrophic.'
The brunt of Hurricane Florence slammed North Carolina this morning with winds raging an astonishing 90 mph (150 km/h), according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami.
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