NOW BEGINNING TO MAKE THAT MOVE IN THE ATLANTIC. CHRIS? >>Reporter: IT IS STILL CRAWLING, STEVE AND AMBER. YOU CAN SEE THE BAHAMAS. THE POOR FOLKS THERE CUSTOMERSLESSLY POUNDED FOR ABOUT 36 HOURS THERE. THE DAMAGE THERE UNPRECEDENTED. LOOK HOW CLOSE IT IS TO THE COAST OF FLORIDA. ONLY ABOUT 106 MILES, THE EYE OFFSHORE. FOLKS THERE PRETTY NERVOUS BUT IT IS NOT MOVING MUCH RIGHT NOW. NOT WEST NORTHWEST AT 1 MILES PER HOUR. YOU CAN WALK A LOT FASTER. BUT IT IS FORECAST TO MAKE THAT TURN. THERE IT IS ON RADAR. SOME OF THE OUTER BANDS ARE BEING THROWN IN FROM EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA. GUSTY WINDS THERE. THE FORECAST TRACK AGAIN HASN’T CHANGED A LOT OVER THE WEEKEND. IT IS DOWN TO A CATEGORY 4 NOW. THAT COULD STILL CAUSE CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE IF IT MADE IT’S SHORE. IT IS GOING TO BRUSH THE FLORIDA COAST. WHAT ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA? HERE WE GO. THIS IS THURSDAY MORNING OFF THE COAST OF SOUTH CAROLINA. BUT BEGINNING TO ACCELERATE, LOOK HOW FAST IT MOVES FROM THURSDAY IN THE MORNING FRIDAY MORNING, ALREADY BEGINNING TO MOVE OFF OUR COAST EAST OF CAPE HATTERAS. AGAIN THE CONE OF POSSIBILITY TAKES IT BACK TO RALEIGH. THAT IS UNLIKELY. MORE THAN LIKELY IT WOULD BE ALONG OR JUST OFFSHORE, THE TRACK. BUT IT WILL BE ACCELERATING. THIS WILL NOT BE A FLORENCE THAT LINGERS FOR DAYS AND DAYS. IT IS GOING TO BE IN AND OUT IN ONE DAY. BUT STILL WITH 100 MILES PER HOUR WINDS OR HIGHER THERE WILL BE SOME WIND DAMAGE ALONG THE COAST AND A STORM SURGE THAT WILL CAUSE SOME DAMAGE TOO AND FLOODING RAINS, POTENTIALLY. THIS IS THE OFFICIAL FORECAST TRACK. MOST OF THE MODELS EITHER THERE OR TO THE RIGHT OF THAT. THE FURTHER OFFSHORE WE COULD GET THAT, OBVIOUSLY THE BETTER. WHAT ABOUT IMPACTS HERE IN CENTRAL NORTH CAROLINA? AGAIN ALONG THE COAST, WINDS COULD GUST OVER 90 MILES PER HOUR, MAYBE 100 ALONG THE COAST. THAT WOULD CAUSE SOME WIND DAMAGE. RAINFALL UP TO A FOOT OR SO. EXTREME EASTERN WAYNE AND SAMSON COUNTIES IN OUR VIEWING AREA COULD SEE WINDS GUSTING OVER 50 TO 60 MILES PER HOUR. BUT FOR THE MOST AREAS IN CENTRAL NORTH CAROLINA, INCLUDING THE TRIANGLE DOWN TO FAYETTEVILLE, GUSTS TO 30 TO 45 DURING THE DAY THURSDAY. AFTERNOON, EVENING EARLY OVERNIGHT. RAINFALL 2 TO 4 INCHES, THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS TO THE EAST. SO MODERATE IMPACTS, OF POTENTIALLY HEAVY RAIN. MAYBE PONDING ON ROADWAYS. MINOR POWER OUTAGES. AND THE FURTHER NORTHWEST YOU GO, NORTH OF 85, ROXBORO OVER TO SAY NORTHERN PARTS OF DURHAM, ORANGE COUNTY BACK TOWARD GREENSBORO, VERY LITTLE IMPACT ON THAT TRACK ALONG THE COAST. COME UP MORE DETAIL ON RAINF