As rivers continue to rise in North Carolina -- several of them at record levels -- on Tuesday, officials warned of flooding and hazards in areas already ravaged by historic rainfall produced by former Hurricane Florence. Florence made landfall as a Category 1 on Friday before it was downgraded, but is lingering along the East Coast days later, spawning deadly tornadoes and threatening downpours across the Northeast. In Fayetteville, about 100 miles from the North Carolina coast, the Cape Fear River was anticipated to crest by early Wednesday, reaching nearly 62 feet — about 4 feet higher than during Hurricane Matthew in 2016 and close to double its flood-stage level. The Cape Fear River is expected to remain at flood stage through the weekend, and city officials said in a statement on Tuesday that "even though the heavy rains have ended, the flood hazard to life and property is real. Do not become complacent." President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit parts of North Carolina on Wednesday, the White House said.