The outer bands of Hurricane Florence reached North Carolina's coast Thursday morning, offering a preview of what could be a slow-motion disaster. Even though the storm has lost some of its punch, federal emergency officials warned there's much worse to come. P.J. Tobia offers an update from Wilmington, North Carolina.

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