Although Hurricane Florence has long since departed, the severe effects of the storm were still felt along the Carolina coast Thursday. High winds brought down trees and damaged homes.
At the same time, meteorologists can't please the residents of North Carolina and SC.
"This is going to be a lot worse", Fraboni told CNN affiliate WBTW.
Florence recovery efforts challenged by floodwaters. Residential streets have turned into rivers and freeways have morphed into waterways. But even as it meanders off, at least 14 river gauges are at major flood stage, the North Carolina Emergency Management Agency tweeted.
He said Trump needs to see firsthand that little towns like Pollocksville are cut off and in "desperate circumstances", and the people are "horribly frustrated".
Global warming has increased the likelihood of more massive, sluggish storms like Florence, capable of dropping record amounts of rain and causing the type of catastrophic flooding that crippled North and SC this week, experts said.
In a Friday press conference, McMaster said the state's resources and personnel had shifted to the PeeDee region.
SC governor Henry McMaster estimated his state has already suffered $1.2bn in damage.
The South Carolina governor estimated damage from the flood in his state at $1.2 billion.
With the Great Pee Dee River receding, state officials said Interstate 95 in SC would reopen after a safety check, but travelers couldn't get very far since the highway was still closed in North Carolina because of the flooded Lumber River.
Dakota Smith, a meteorologist for Weather Nation, has shared more than a dozen similar before-and-after scenes using NOAA's aerial imagery on Twitter. "We thought we weren't in a flood-prone area, but we had a pretty good scare", he said.
"They need to be prepared no matter how the skies are looking like, the floods are coming".
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The president later told reporters the homeowner told Trump his insurance company didn't want to pay for the damage, according to the report.
At least 37 people have been killed since Florence made landfall last week, with most the deaths occurring in North Carolina.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety says the statewide death toll is nine.
The Horry County Sheriff's Department said in a statement that when the waters overtook the van, they rose too quickly for the pair to be saved.
President Trump said nearly 20,000 military personnel and federal workers were deployed to help with the aftermath of the storm, The Associated Press reported. More than 60 people needed rescue from high waters flooding parks and roads in Fayetteville and its suburbs, where a dam overflowed and thousands of people within 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) of the river were warned to find higher ground.
Speaking to reporters after the encounter on Wednesday, he added: 'I think it's incredible what we're seeing.
"We've never had it at those levels before, so we don't really know what the impact will be just yet", he said. Over the weekend, Duke also said that flooding had resulted in toxic coal ash spill.
About 25 miles (40 kilometers) nearer to the SC coast, Kevin Tovornik tore out carpet and removed furniture as a preventative measure because he expected flooding at the house he has owned for 20 years in Conway, where the Waccamaw River was still rising. According to the National Weather Service, nearly 36 inches (91 centimeters) of rain fell over the city that lies along alongside the Cape Fear River.
"The biggest risk is burying your head in the sand and not understanding your exposure", he said. "And if that happens, it will continue to rise until it crests", he said.
Five-year-old Carter, who goes to kindergarten at Conway Elementary School, was wondering why he hasn't been to school for the past week.
Cooper warned residents that the rain may have subsided, but the flooding danger is far from over. And they're my friends and they have gone through the tough stuff. "I am heartbroken", she wrote in a text.