Hurricane Florence from space: photos of the hurricane showed in the NASA

Olive Hawkins
September 14, 2018

The hurricane, which has been upgraded to a category 4, is expected to pummel the coastlines of SC and North Carolina in the coming days, with the National Hurricane Center warning of a "life-threatening storm surge" as well as catastrophic flash flooding.

A high definition camera outside the International Space Station captured a NASA view of Hurricane Florence on September 12, 2018.

Hurricane Florence has strengthened to a category 4 storm, and it's on a path to potentially cause serious damage in North and SC.

"This photo shows the enormous size of Hurricane Florence, taken with a wide-angle lens from the International Space Station, almost 250 miles directly above the eye of the storm", they tweeted.

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It's a kind gesture but doesn't alleviate Browning's fear. "You need to go on and get out now". "But I think it'll be OK". Hurricane Florence , after weeks of warnings , has finally begun to touch down in the Carolinas on Thursday afternoon.

Gerst went on to add that seeing the hurricane is chilling, even from space, and shared an additional of three pictures that speak for themselves.

The US National Hurricane Centre has warned that Hurricane Florence will bring "life-threatening, catastrophic flash flooding" to North and SC.

The storm, which is poised to electrify millions this week within the southeastern USA, is "expected to raise existence-threatening storm surge and rainfall" to North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, and parts of the Mid-Atlantic states, the National Hurricane Middle (NHC) talked about. The space agency described the footage as "a stark and sobering" view of the storm, as it moved with wind speeds of 130 miles per hour. Jasmine writes primarily in our LGBTTQQIAAP and Science section.

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