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Tuesday Storm Center for Beaufort Co.: What you need to know ahead of Hurricane Florence

How close is Hurricane Florence’s track to past hurricanes with a Carolina landfall?

Hurricane Florence was a Category 4 hurricane by Monday afternoon and is on track to make landfall in the Carolinas. Here's how its path compares to past hurricanes that've been historical for the Carolinas — including Hurricane Hugo.
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Hurricane Florence was a Category 4 hurricane by Monday afternoon and is on track to make landfall in the Carolinas. Here's how its path compares to past hurricanes that've been historical for the Carolinas — including Hurricane Hugo.

As of Tuesday afternoon, Beaufort County continues to be outside the projected path of Hurricane Florence, according to the National Hurricane Center, however, the area will likely see effects of the storm.

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At a press conference, Beaufort County Sheriff's Office explained why lane reversals didn't happen for Hurricane Florence.

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