River levels will gradually recede across the flood-ravaged eastern Carolinas as dry weather continues into the middle of the week.
Police shut down a section of a beach in South Carolina after 150-year-old explosives were unearthed by Hurricane Matthew.
The slow-moving river flooding disaster in the eastern parts of the Carolinas, brought on by torrential rainfall from Hurricane Matthew, will continue through the third week of October.
Hurricane Matthew delivered historic and deadly flooding to the Carolinas this past weekend. Life-threatening flooding is expected to remain a concern through this week.
Following Hurricane Matthew's wrath, millions will be displaced and in need throughout the Caribbean and United States.
Tropical Rainstorm Matthew will begin to head out to sea after carving a destructive path along the East Coast over the past few days.
A stretch of dry weather this week will aid in cleanup and recovery efforts for those hit by once-Hurricane Matthew.