How Far Inland Do I Have to Live to Avoid a Hurricane in North Carolina?


If you want to live in North Carolina, regardless of how far inland you are, you will still be in the danger zone of feeling a hurricane's wrath. Some hurricanes are very powerful (category 4 or 5), and can travel a long distance (several states) before its fury begins to dissipate. There have been hurricanes that hit in Louisiana, and travel all the way to Missouri, knocking out power, causing deadly floods, billions of dollars in damage, and claiming many lives.
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As far as you can get. 100 miles is definitely safe. The threat decreases exponentially the further away you get. I grew up on the coast and we considered 50 miles safe. The worst
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