Hurricane Florence's shifting track is adding uncertainty to what forecasters are calling the "storm of a lifetime." It's now projected to slow near the North Carolina-South Carolina border, then head south and west -- changes that could endanger new areas. P.J. Tobia reports on the latest in storm preparation from Wilmington, North Carolina.

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