Remnants of Hurricane Florence led to road closures and closed a school

Forecasters warned that drenching rains of 1 to 3½ feet (30 centimeters to 1 meter) as the storm crawls westward across North and South Carolina could trigger epic flooding well inland over the next few days

The National Hurricane Center's best guess was that Florence would blow ashore as early as Friday afternoon around the North Carolina-South Carolina line, then push its rainy way westward with a potential for catastrophic inland flooding

Forecasters and politicians have pleaded with the public to take storm warnings seriously

The storm's potential path also 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

Fathers and mothers say their children are excited to return to classes

Woodland Park Mayor Keith Kazmark says that FEMA assistance is not guaranteed to victims

Area damage causes many to wonder if they can rebuild

FiOS1 News' Meteorologist Brian Fitzgerald has the Fourth of July forecast

FiOS1 News’ Meteorologist Geoff Bansen has an extended outlook as the Garden State enters 4th day of extreme heat

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