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Eric Fisher, chief meteorologist of CBS Boston station WBZ, has the forecast for Hermine's path from the Carolinas to New England.
After its pre-dawn landfall, Hermine lashed across Florida, where thousands lost power. If Hermine strengthens again over the Atlantic, up to 15 inches of rain could fall in southeastern and mid-Atlantic states over the weekend. Mark Strassmann reports.
The unofficial end of summer was ushered in by Hurricane Hermine. The storm made landfall overnight in northern Florida, leaving one person dead. Omar Villafranca has more.
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Thousands are without power and millions are facing dangerous flooding from tropical storm Hermine in Florida. CBS News' Omar Villafranca has the latest from Panacea, Florida.
Florida is already facing severe flooding after Hermine made landfall, and the threat will move up the coast this weekend. CBS News' Mark Strassman is in Georgia, where the eye of the storm is heading next.
First hurricane to hit Sunshine State in over a decade destroys beach-side buildings, cuts power to tens of thousands