SUMTER, SC (WIS) - Don't let the biggest hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season stop you from going viral in South Carolina.
More than 420,000 people have evacuated the South Carolina coast as Hurricane Florence made its slow assault on the southern U.S. coast, but a young woman named McKaylee McDougal, of Sumter, took a cyclone of a social media challenge and made it her own.
Except she didn't do a challenge that has seriously injured others who jammed to the "In My Feelings" challenge via Drake's song, she chose Little Big Town's "Tornado," - FYI, tornadoes could legitimately happen because of Florence.
WIS-TV posted the video submitted by Sarah Lamb to social media Thursday and it's since gone viral.
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Hurricane Florence made landfall early Friday.