A storm surge of 9 to 13 feet and rainfall up to 40 inches are two of the most dire warnings about Hurricane Florence’s effect on parts of North and South Carolina. Thousands have heeded evacuation orders; others are hoping to cope with the storm in their homes or at local shelters.
Most people think that the biggest danger posed from hurricanes are the intense, swirling winds that come with it. Make no mistake, sustained winds above 130 MPH can do a whole lot of damage. But there is another danger that actually is scarier than high winds. It’s called storm [READ MORE HERE]