Steve Orr Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Published 10:59 AM EDT Sep 12, 2018 Forecasters now say Hurricane Florence likely track has shifted and the massive storm, which has forced the evacuation of millions, may not drift northward as had been previously expected. But that doesn’t mean that upstate New York will necessarily dodge all impact from Florence. The shift in track could cause the storm to lose more of its oomph before it arrives, but it still could come this way early next week. Experts warn that Hurricane Florence could be the most devastating hurricane to hit the southeastern coastline in decades. The storm, which was 500 miles off the North Carolina coast Wednesday morning, is expected to bring extreme winds, a large storm surge and extraordinary amounts of rain to the Carolinas starting late Thursday. Earlier computer model output suggested that Florence, once ashore, would veer north and pass over North Carolina, Virginia and western Maryland. That path could have taken the storm’s remnants into western New York by the middle of next week. But most of the latest computer model runs predict the storm may stall near the coastline and eventually move slowly to the southwest. This new… Read full this story
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