Exactly where is anybody's guess, but the National Hurricane Center said Florence is expected to remain an "extremely unsafe major hurricane" through Thursday. At this point, landfall may occur anywhere from SC to North Carolina and the storm may be a Category 3 or 4 storm at that time.
Swells generated by Florence are already affecting Bermuda and are beginning to reach portions of the US East Coast, the hurricane center said. The expected major hurricane could bring high surf and unsafe rip currents to the eastern US, including Florida's east coast, until the end of the week.
The storm now has maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour and gusts as high as 90 miles per hour.
Florence has re-intensified into a Hurricane, while Tropical Storm Helene and Isaac continue to churn in the Atlantic.
Helene's hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 15 miles (30 km) from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 80 miles (130 km).
The 2018 hurricane season blew into high gear on Sunday.
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Hurricane Olivia is projected to weaken as it near Hawaii, but a tropical storm watch is in place for Maui and Oahu.
Florence became a Category 1 hurricane earlier on Sunday.
The storm "is too powerful and its path is too uncertain to take any chances", South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster said in issuing his state´s emergency declaration. While Helene is forecast to slide out to sea away from land, Isaac is a very real threat the the Caribbean later this week, the hurricane center said.
Hurricane Isaac had maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour at 5 a.m. Monday, and is moving in the direction of the eastern Caribbean.
The hurricane center's breakdown of storm strength says Category 3 storms can bring "devastating" destruction.
She said: "Florence has our attention, and it should because by Thursday we should be seeing major impacts along the south-east coast".
"Warm sea surface temperatures and low wind shear (which, when high, can zap the energy from a storm) have set up flawless conditions for Florence to intensify".