Beach by beach: How the Carolina coast is faring after Florence

Updated 11 a.m. Sunday The heavy rain associated with Florence began moving inland Sunday, allowing authorities in many — but not all — coastal areas to begin damage assessment and cleanup. Generally, areas north of Oregon Inlet on the Outer Banks and south of Myrtle Beach escaped relatively untouched. Evacuation orders on the beaches in South Carolina ended at 9 a.m. Sunday. Residents and would-be visitors are reminded that many areas of North Carolina are…

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