Hurricane Florence has hit the southern East Coast of the United States.
More than a million people in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia have been told to leave their homes.
Weather forecasters have described it as a "monster" and the most powerful storm to threaten the Carolinas in almost 30 years.
It has now been downgraded to a Category One storm but officials say it will still be very dangerous.
BBC reporter Paul Blake has an update from North Carolina.