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Hurricane Florence track shifts south, could make South Carolina landfall, NHC says

The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Florence's track has shifted south, making it more likely for a South Carolina landfall. Multiple models overnight Tuesday showed the storm hovering near N.C., then going along the coast to southern S.C.
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The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Florence's track has shifted south, making it more likely for a South Carolina landfall. Multiple models overnight Tuesday showed the storm hovering near N.C., then going along the coast to southern S.C.

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What time is Florence expected to hit South Carolina? As of Wednesday morning, the storm is expected to hit somewhere on the coast of the Carolinas between Friday night and Saturday morning.

Will the hurricane hit Columbia? Yes, Florence is expected to pass through Columbia, but by the time it reaches us, it will likely be at tropical depression strength.

What time will Columbia begin feeling the effects? The Columbia area will begin feeling effects of the storm Thursday night or Friday, but the center of the storm won’t appear until Sunday mid-day.

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Emily Bohatch contributed to this report.

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