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Beaufort County has dodged the proverbial bullet, and suffered only minor damage as Hurricane Arthur developed into a Category 2 storm, churned through the Pamlico Sound, and then, in the dead of darkness, exited the Outer Banks at Bodie Island Light Station.
At 9:00 am Friday July 4, 2014 Beaufort County will close Northside High School Shelter, Southside High School and Beaufort County Animal Control Shelters.
Be advised a shift in track and size of the Hurricane will result in an increase in wind gust in the Aurora and Belhaven areas between 10:00 pm and 2:00am to 90 to 95 mph with sustained finds near 55mph.
Shelters are open at North and Southside High Schools and all evacuations are voluntary with the exception of Richlands Township which is mandatory.
The Chairman of the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners issued a State of Emergency Thursday, July 3rd in anticipation of Hurricane Arthur.
The NWS Noon update briefing for Tropical Storm Arthur is enclosed. Currently the most impacted area of the County will be the Richlands Township.
The State Emergency Response Team continues to respond to resource requests and is transitioning into recovery operations from Hurricane Arthur.
Be advised a shift in track and size of the Hurricane will result in an increase in wind gust in the Aurora and Belhaven areas between 10:00 pm and 2:00am to 90 to 95 mph with sustained finds near 55mph.
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