Sever weather is set to continue to wreak havoc across the central United States.
More than a foot of snow is expected in some areas.
Some areas of North Carolina got up to 16 inches of snow from the storm.
NASA's Bill Cooke says to expect up to 100 meteors per hour.
Florida Governor Rick Scott warned it could be the most destructive storm in years.
The latest Hurricane Florence spaghetti models show where the storm could go in the coming days.
Huge rainfall totals are expected in North and South Carolina from Hurricane Florence.
"It's important for people to know this is no ordinary storm and customers could be without power for a very long time—not days, but weeks."
Flash flood warnings were already issued Wednesday.
The chances the system will form into a tropical depression by Saturday is 70 percent.
Florence wasn't expected to hit land at least over the next five days.
"I'll be in the office [Saturday] and probably early Sunday morning," Thompson said, sounding more excited than resigned. "We'll be watching it the whole way."