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Usually as this storm is bigger, so is that wall of water. I mean, we saw the images of pallets of water that never got distributed. Get the Parade Daily: It took three weeks to get the same amount of helicopters that it did six days after Maria.

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And then the other thing, look at the 70 percent zone. It could be the most intense storm to hit the Carolina coast in at least 25 years.

Sam, stay here because now we're going to go to the next phase of insight. I've been with first responders making miracles happen after a storm, and I see the makings of a bad situation here. He's invited on again.

That's part of the problem now.


What's next for you in terms of what you want to see with this storm? Nightflyers season 2: There will be power outages most likely hundreds of miles away from the shoreline just because of this system. It's perfect for them to develop. That's what's going to do him in. Then, we're going to talk about who's going to flood, and as you said, there's a bigger area of that as well. This is the calm area with hell on all sides, right?

If you are in the area, please be safe. Thank you.

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So, Brett, I think you made a huge point for these people because there is only one time that I have ever been forced out of a shelter, and that was a category 1 storm, Brett. Soon, it will be too late to escape Florence. Show 25 25 50 All.

Instead, he's patting himself on the back. That is a fabulous question because, you know, when you look at the satellite picture, it's quite ragged. You know we work together at ABC News. Plus, you've got the storm surge. But it wasn't the case in Puerto Rico.

Houston, we all know the stories last year in flooding Houston.