Hurricane "Florence" landed in North Carolina


Original title: landing! Hurricane "Florence" lands in North Carolina

BEIJING, Sept. 14, according to foreign media reports, the U. S. National Hurricane Center said that Hurricane "Florence" finally landed near Wrightsville, North Carolina.

According to the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami, the eye of the hurricane moves toward the coast at a speed of up to 150 kilometers per hour. Florence is a Category 1 storm in terms of wind intensity.

The coast of North Carolina was hit by hurricane-like winds on the evening of the 13th local time. Some areas were flooded and about 150,000 customers in North Carolina lost power.

Earlier, the U. S. National Hurricane Center said late on the 13th, the U. S. East Coast hurricane "Florence" has weakened into a storm. Earlier reports said that after Florence landed in the United States, more than 25 million people are expected to face a positive impact.

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