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The northeastern United States will be in the middle of an atmospheric battle zone into the end of September as waves of cool air begin to push out of Canada and tropical air fights back.
As Florence brings catastrophic flooding to the Carolinas, AccuWeather is there. Tune into the AccuWeather Network on DirecTV channel 361 and Fios channel 619 for live coverage.
Flooding from Florence is far from over and the worst may be yet to come for some unprotected communities along the major rivers in parts of the Carolinas.
Large parts of the Carolinas remain underwater thanks to Florence's record rainfall. The impacts of the storm are slowly trickling out, with bad news from the agriculture sector. As of Monday, September 17, 1.7 million chickens have drowned in the rising waters, says Sanderson Farms. Sanderson Farms is one of the largest poultry producers in the state of North Carolina, which represent about 8.5% of the company's 20 million chickens.
AccuWeather's founder and president denounces “inaccurate information” about Hurricane Florence's economic impacts, while the company predicts the total economic toll from Florence to be $50-60 billion.
Florence has caused major flooding that closed roads and inundated buildings, but heroes continue to emerge to help their neighbors in need.
Storm Ali unleashed strong winds and downpours on the British Isles Wednesday and more unsettled weather is expected across the region in the coming days.
Of the more than one million people ordered to evacuate before Hurricane Florence's arrival on the eastern United States coast, not everyone chose to escape harm’s way.
Firefighters in British Columbia were working to bring a ‘firenado’ under control when it took possession of their hose in Vanderhoof, British Columbia, on August 19. The 200 ft. high fiery twister formed during the Chutanli wildfire and threw burning logs across the fire control line for 45 minutes, pulling the firefighters’ hose over 100 feet into the air before melting it, they said.
Hurricane Florence hammered the Carolinas with damaging winds, storm surge and catastrophic flooding; now charities and volunteers are helping victims get back on their feet.
This season's first bout of fall-like weather is on the horizon for the Midwest, where drier, cooler and sunnier weather is expected to move in by the end of the week.
A newly formed tropical depression will bring needed rainfall, but also a flood risk to the southwestern United States and southern High Plains during the second half of the week.