As Hurricane Florence Churns Up Waves Off The East Coast, It Looks Like Delaware May Escape The Worst Of The Storm. But Even If North And South Carolina Absorb The Direct Hit, Heavy Rain And Storm Surge Could Be Bad News For Delaware — Especially Since It’s Already Flooded From Rains Over The Last Week.

Here’s A Look At What You Need To Know About The Storm And How It Will Impact Delaware And The Mid-Atlantic.

As Of Thursday Morning, The Storm Was Approaching The Coast Of The Carolinas.

Here’s What The Forecast Means For Delaware And The Region:

Hurricane Florence Slows To A Category 2, And Its Remnants May Swing North

At The Beaches, Vacationers Are Still Coming For Sun And Sand, And Aren’t Letting The Sandbags Discourage Them. No State Of Emergency? In This Weather, That Makes Delaware Beaches A Destination.

Rough Surf, Thick Fog Can’t Keep These Beach Lovers Inside

We’ve Had Lots Of Hurricanes In The Region Over The Couple Hundred Years People Have Been Keeping Track. But Florence Represents Something New.

Hurricane Florence First To Grow In Strength So Far North In Atlantic

Unfortunately, She’s Not Alone Out There, Either.

Hurricane Florence One Of Several Tropical Storms Stirring Up The Atlantic

If You’ve Been Hearing A Lot Of Hurricane Jargon On News Reports, Some Explanation Of What These Terms Actually Mean May Be In Order.

What’s An Eye Wall, Anyway?

For Some Coastal Communities, Flooding Is Nothing New. Bowers Beach Fire-Fighters Have Faced Similar Threats In The Past.

Bowers Fire Co. Prepares For Coastal Flooding, Nothing New In This Town

And It’s Not Just Bowers. As Delawareans Wait To See If Florence Will Bring Any Flooding, They’re Getting A Practice Run.

More Flooded Roads Have Been Closed Down On Wednesday Across Delaware.

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