Residents in the Carolinas and Virginia are rushing to prepare for Hurricane Florence — here’s what it looks like on the ground

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Evacuations have been ordered across Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina on Monday and Tuesday, as Hurricane Florence approaches the US for a potentially record-breaking landfall.

Governors from the three states in the storm’s path issued harsh warnings for citizens to evacuate immediately, causing a harried scene among stores and communities to prepare for the possibly devastating storm.

Here’s what it looks like on the ground:

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Hurricane Florence has been showering the Carolinas and Virginia with rain before it’s set to make record-breaking landfall in North Carolina later this week.

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Some citizens weathered the very early signs of the storm with ease, but reports and warnings from public officials are painting an increasingly dangerous picture.

Coastal counties in Virginia, South and North Carolina were all under mandatory evacuation as of Tuesday afternoon.

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