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Hurricane Joaquin: Third Report

News Release:

    Good Evening Everybody:

    We have more good news as it relates to Major Hurricane Joaquin as the track has moved further east and Beaufort County is no longer in the Cone of Uncertainty. With that information there will not be a meeting tomorrow night, Friday, with Fire Chief and EMS Captains. Additionally there is not a need for a meeting with the EOC Support Group tomorrow at 11:15am for the EOC Support Group for Hurricane preparation and planning.

    Let me please remind everybody that we are still in a Flood Watch and flooding is very likely in our low lying areas. We will still have some impact from the Joaquin possible Sunday or Monday in the way of more rain and higher than normal tides..

    John Pack

    Coordinator, Beaufort County Emergency Services

     1420 Highland Drive
     Washington, NC 27889
     (252)946-2046 Office   •   (252) 975-6802 Fax   •

Please drive defensively and remain "Weather Aware".

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