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Thousands of homes and roadways across the Carolinas remain under water and swollen rivers threaten more flooding. That's less than a week after Hurricane Florence made landfall as a destructive, but massive and slow-moving Category 1 storm. Now, we're closely watching as the remnants of Florence, which were swept off the continent, are left behind and are expected to develop into a system off the U.S. eastern seaboard. More on this "ghost of Florence" and potential impact, below.

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