As Hurricane Florence barrels toward the North and South Carolina coasts, Fox News Channel will be LIVE from numerous locations along the storm's projected path.

The special comprehensive coverage starts at midnight ET Friday with Shannon Bream, just before Florence makes landfall. Jon Scott anchors special coverage from 1:00am to 3:00am ET, followed by "Fox & Friends First" leading into "Fox & Friends."

Bill Hemmer will anchor "America's Newsroom" coverage from Wilmington, North Carolina, at 9:00am ET Friday

Fox News Channel has a long list of reporters in place to bring you the powerful scenes and report the latest developments and critical information. Those include Todd Piro and Jonathan Hunt in Myrtle Beach, S.C., Griff Jenkins and Leland Vittert in Atlantic Beach, N.C., Steve Harrigan in North Topsail Beach, N.C., Jonathan Serrie and Rick Leventhal in Wrightsville Beach, N.C., and Ellison Barber in Florence, S.C.

Fox News Channel will also present compelling drone footage showing the effects of Hurricane Florence.

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As of Thursday morning, Hurricane Florence is a dangerous Category 2 storm. The storm could stall upon reaching the U.S. mainland and make a slight turn southward once it hits the Carolinas, according to Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean.

"On the forecast track, the center of Florence will approach the coasts of North and South Carolina later [Thursday], then move near or over the coast of southern North Carolina and eastern South Carolina in the hurricane warning area tonight and Friday. A slow motion over eastern South Carolina is forecast Friday night through Saturday night," the NHC said.

Early Wednesday the storm was predicted to stall along the southeastern coast when it makes landfall Thursday. North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia coasts could experience prolonged hurricane-force winds and rain.

This storm could be a “major flooding event,” Dean said.

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