The Atlantic Hurricane Dorian is moving towards to US South Carolina after making massive damages in the Bahamas last weekend and in the beginning of this week.
It is estimated that the hurricane affected about 76.000 people in the islands. The nation has declared an emergency need.
According to US National Hurricane Center there is a high risk of flash flooding and strong winds over the coastal part of Carolina when the Hurricane Dorian is moving toward the US coastal line.
-Flash flooding will become increasingly likely across coastal Georgia into the eastern Carolinas overnight. On Thursday there is a high risk of flash flooding over coastal sections of the Carolinas, where significant life-threatening flash-flooding is expected. Water level could rise well in advance of the arrival of strong winds, the Center says.
The Atlantic Ocean is also active in the open waters, where tropical storm Gabrielle is maintaining its intensity, according to the National Hurricane Center. Gabrielle is located in the middle of Atlantic between the Bahamas and the Africa.