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Hurricane Florence is slamming into the East Coast, knocking out power in North Carolina, dropping torrential rains and inundating several areas with floodwater.
Here is a look at the dangerous storm by the numbers:
372,000:The number of customers without power in North Carolina.
150: The number of people requesting rescue in flooded New Bern, North Carolina, where water levels reached 10 feet overnight.
12,000: More than 12,000 evacuees are at shelters across North Carolina.
100 mph: The hurricane’s eye wall will bring wind gusts of up to 100 mph.
11 feet: Storm surge may reach this point in parts of North Carolina.
40 inches: Rainfall could reach this point.