Eyes of the Storm: NBC10 Reporters Provide On-Scene Sights and Sounds of Hurricane Florence

As Hurricane Florence made landfall, NBC10's Steven Fisher and Miguel Martinez-Velle have been documenting their experience live in the Carolinas.

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Steve Fisher
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Miguel Martinez-Valle
Houses like this one in Morehead City, North Carolina brace for the effects of the storm, boarding up their windows and doors.
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Miguel Martinez - Valle
Planet Follywood, one of two restaurants still open in Folly Beach, South Carolina, plans on staying open until Florence says otherwise.
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Office of the Nassau County District Attorney
Despite being on the brink of disaster, Charleston locals are making the most out of what the storm has to offer.
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Miguel Martinez-Velle
Gas stations have closed and wrapped their pumps, as evacuation has spread through towns in North Carolina.
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Thomaston Police
Low tide washes up on the South Carolina coast in Folly Beach.
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Katy DiSanto
Businesses shut down and board up in North Carolina before the arrival of Florence.
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Miguel Martinez-Velle
Volunteers help set up shelters in South Carolina.
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Steven Fisher
South Carolina's license plate reads, "While I Breathe, I Hope." Residents will be doing a lot of hoping as the storm draws near.
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Miguel Martinez-Valle
The last of the bright sky is met with early storm clouds over the North Carolina waters.
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Kalahari Resorts and Conventions
Walmarts along the NC coast board up their stores before heading inland.
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