Florence wind fields Lessen as it Moves Inland

As of 2000 on Sep 14, The Hurricane Florence impact zone extends from Charleston to Greenville. More than 10 million people live in the flooding and storm surge zone. The circulation is well defined in the wind barbs shown in the weather monitoring layer. The wind fields are generally below the 50 km/hr threshold to allow restoration to begin, but flooding is going to be the determining factor before restoration can proceed. Power restoration will be on the critical path before gasoline pumps will work to refuel evacuees. These layers can be followed in real-time for Almeria Analytics members by downloading on your phone at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/verde-almeria-analytics/id1364098791?mt=8

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