Isaac is now the 5th hurricane in the Atlantic

Tropics erupt as Florence, Helene and Isaac all churn in the Atlantic

Hurricane Florence Strengthens, Poses Major Threat to Southeast and Mid-Atlantic

That most recent time was just a year ago, when Hurricanes Irma, Jose and Maria all reached hurricane status at the same time, and the aftermath of both Irma and Maria are still being felt in the Caribbean and Florida.

"It's not just the coast", Graham said.

Florence regained Hurricane strength this morning, and is considered a potential threat as it is expected to pass within 460 miles of the island in the next 72 hours.

However, not every storm like this is a hurricane: NOAA explains they must have winds of at least 74 miles per hour.

"A turn toward the northwest is forecast to occur late Wednesday night", the 5 p.m. update stated. The Carolinas and Virginia are set to see the most impact from this storm as of now. Odds are high that this storm avoids any future landfall.

"The water could overtake some of these barrier islands and keep on going". She grew up on the shore, and says this will be only the second time she's evacuated. "That, folks, is extremely life-threatening". Florence is heading towards Virginia and the Carolinas, where a state of emergency has been declared, and Helene appears to be heading north, well away from land.

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"Please be prepared, be careful and be SAFE!"

The South Carolina governor ordered the state's entire coastline to be evacuated starting at noon Tuesday and predicted that 1 million people would flee.

There are no coastal watching or warnings in effect for Isaac right now.

As of early Monday, the storm was getting stronger, with maximum sustained winds of 105 miles per hour. That Category 4 storm destroyed 15,000 buildings and killed 19 people in North Carolina.

For Central Florida, it is becoming likely that Florence will bring significant wave activity in the Atlantic, along with a unsafe high rip current threat and possible coastal erosion.

As of 5 a.m. EDT, Florence was centered about 625 miles (1,005 kilometers) southeast of Bermuda, moving west at 9 mph (15 kph).

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Tropical-storm-force wind probabilities from Tuesday through Sunday. Flash floods are possible.

"This is going to produce heavy rainfall, and it may not move very fast".

Florence's projected path includes half a dozen nuclear power plants, pits holding coal-ash and other industrial waste, and numerous hog farms that store animal waste in massive open-air lagoons.

Forecasters said Florence could become an extremely unsafe major hurricane sometime Monday and remain that way for days.

The forecast continues to call for Florence to slam ashore as a major - Category 3 or stronger - storm before weakening slightly, but still as hurricane, as it heads inland.

At this statistical height of the Atlantic hurricane season, Florence was being trailed on east-to-west paths by two hurricanes, Helene and Issac. The storm is expected to make landfall by Friday, according to the NHC, likely somewhere in the Carolinas.

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