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Hurricane Florence: Weather Channel's virtual reality shows storm surge risk

BBC News Friday, 14 September 2018 ()
Hurricane Florence: Weather Channel's virtual reality shows storm surge riskA US broadcaster uses a virtual reality studio to demonstrate the danger posed by huge storm surges.
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News video: Hurricane Florence Thrashes Carolinas

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Hurricane Florence was making landfall in North Carolina early Friday with a life-threatening storm surge that pushed water inland for miles; CBS News Anchor Jeff Glor reports.

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