‘Catastrophic and historic river flooding will continue for days’ After Florence
Residential streets now look like rivers. Rivers like raging torrents. And parts of freeways -- dotted with rescue boats -- have morphed into free-flowing waterways. That's the reality in wide swaths of eastern North Carolina in the destructive wake of Hurricane Florence. What is left of Florence is dragging itself north, dumping heavy rain as it moves into the southern Appalachian Mountains Monday morning.