According to Reuters, U.S. power companies have reported over 895,000 homes and businesses within North and South Carolina are without power after Florence made landfall on the Southeast coast. Florence crashed into the coast early Friday, bringing with it up to three feet of rain in some areas. The storm led to the deaths of at least four people before it was downgraded to a lower level tropical storm still capable of causing destruction.

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