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Hurricane Florence Reeking Major Havoc on North Carolina Coast

Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence came in like a lion as it reached the North Carolina Coast.

Storm surge waters from Hurricane Florence were spotted damaging beachfront homes north of Wilmington, North Carolina in Topsail Thursday evening.

According to weather experts, this is just the beginning of what could reach 9 to 11 feet of surges.

Hurricane Irma destroys Richard Branson’s Necker Island Paradise

Hurricane Irma Necker Island

The fierce wrath of Hurricane Irma has destroyed Richard Branson’s Necker Island home!

According to sources, the British billionaire’s estate was in the direct path of Irma, the category 5 Hurricane. It battered the island for several hours. As the storm reeked havoc on the island, Branson and his staff hunkered down in a concrete bunker.

Tyler Perry Donates $1 Million to Hurricane Harvey Funds

Hurricane Harvey Donations Tyler Perry

Tyler Perry is the latest celebrity to join the Hurricane Harvey victim relief efforts.

The actor-comedian has reportedly committed to a donation of $1 million dollars. The money will be split between several charities that are currently providing hands on assistance throughout the areas most devastated by the storms wrath.

Perry is one of many celebrities as well as public officials to provide aide.

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Hurricane Sandy Live Tracker, Reports Hit by Large Wave

Hurricane Sandy New York http://itseryne.com/travel-bucket-list-10-places-need-visit-life/?share=twitter Matt Gunman, a reporter for  Good Morning America  and one of the shows producers learned first hand today why they warn you about getting to close to the shores edge during a hurricane.

can i buy Pregabalin in spain The ABC newsman and network producer were was reporting live from Nags Head, North Carolina Monday morning when a huge wave knocked him down and pulled him away from the shore. 

The two were completely submerged and they scrambled to try and get out of the water and back to shore.

Experts are reporting that the center of Hurricane Sandy is forecast to move over the coast of US mid-Atlantic states by Monday night, the US National Hurricane Center has predicted.

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October 28th, 2012

UPDATE:  Weather experts are reporting that Hurricane Sandy which could wreak havoc across 800 miles of the East Coast could develop into the largest storm to  ever hit the States.

Officials in New York, New Jersey and Delaware have already issued a state of emergency as they prepare for “Sandy’s” arrival which expected to be Monday night. 

Hurricane Sandy’s Path of Destruction Headed Towards the East Coast

UPDATE:  Weather experts are reporting that Hurricane Sandy which could wreak havoc across 800 miles of the East Coast could develop into the largest storm to  ever hit the States.

Officials in New York, New Jersey and Delaware have already issued a state of emergency as they prepare for “Sandy’s” arrival which expected to be Monday night. 

Residence along the storms path have begun to prepare for what is being called a “megastorm.”  Sandy’s arrival coupled with the nor’easter winds from the Atlantic could collide causing what experts call an “atmospheric bomb.”

Tips for Storm Preparation:

Clean Storm Drains
Clean out leaves from your gutters
Gas up your cars. 
Buy batteries, and put your flashlights in a central location
Make sure you have water and non-perishable food 
Charge cell/smart phones 
If you have a generator, be sure to have adequate fuel on hand 
Secure loose outdoor items or bring inside (including Halloween displays, decorations)
Have extra $cash on hand

FIND SHELTER Stay informed about the storm’s progress and evacuate if told to do so. If you need to find a shelter, download the Red Cross Hurricane app, visit redcross.org, call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767), or check your local television, radio and newspaper.

Long Island, Emergency Resources and Information:

Advisories: State of emergency. High wind advisories and coastal flood warnings in effect until Tuesday afternoon. More Information

Closings: Most local colleges and several school districts closed on Monday.Information