The storm snapped trees and power lines, spawning tornadoes that left a swath of damage and heavy rain across central Florida before continuing a destructive march up the coast.
Rain continues to be the most serious threat from the storm as it moves up the Carolina coast.
More than six million people are under a flash flood warning across the strike zone, where some areas could see six inches of rain or more.
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