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Matthew Is No Longer A Hurricane, But Still Poses A Threat: Floodwaters Continue To Rise in North Carolina As Florida Deals With Aftermath Of Tropical Storm, See How Matthew Compares With Other Large Storms

After Hurricane Matthew hit, you’d be forgiven for confusing Lumberton, North Carolina with the canals of Venice. Though the storm has thankfully quieted down, it’s cities like Lumberton and those along the southeastern edge of the United States who have paid the heaviest price. Cities like Orlando, FL; Myrtle Beach, SC; and Lumberton were hit... Read more » Matthew Is No Longer A Hurrica
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