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As I write this the BOEM (Bureau of Energy Management) is advocating for our offshore oil in the depths of the Graveyard of the Atlantic and adjacent to both the Outer Banks and Gulf Stream.
Tropical Storm Ana is scheduled to come ashore in South Carolina, under the current track. The track and intensity are still showing some variability, but at the present time the remaining low pressure system will pass near Beaufort County on Monday.
Could be a on again off again rain event this weekend. Sub-tropical Storm Ana is still moving around a little bit and some of the models are now suggesting a more easterly track towards us instead of Raleigh.
The good news is that the Hurricane center is not using the words Tropical event, they are using the words Sub-tropical (Nor'easter in comparison) which means rain, wind, minor inundation.
Here is the latest update from the Hurricane Center for this Low Pressure soon to be sub-tropical event.
I have attached the latest update from the Weather Service for your review. The latest update includes an increase to 90% in the likely hood that the low will become a sub-tropical low in the next 24 hours.
I cannot believe I am sending this out, however, the Five "P's" dictate that I send this out to keep you Informed.
Here is the latest update from the Hurricane Center for this Low Pressure soon to be sub-tropical event.
I have attached the latest update from the Weather Service for your review. The latest update includes an increase to 90% in the likely hood that the low will become a sub-tropical low in the next 24 hours.
Tropical Storm Ana is scheduled to come ashore in South Carolina, under the current track. The track and intensity are still showing some variability, but at the present time the remaining low pressure system will pass near Beaufort County on Monday.
Could be a on again off again rain event this weekend. Sub-tropical Storm Ana is still moving around a little bit and some of the models are now suggesting a more easterly track towards us instead of Raleigh.
I cannot believe I am sending this out, however, the Five "P's" dictate that I send this out to keep you Informed.
The good news is that the Hurricane center is not using the words Tropical event, they are using the words Sub-tropical (Nor'easter in comparison) which means rain, wind, minor inundation.
In response to a request from Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) and the Dare County Board of Commissioners, the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has agreed to hold an additional public scoping meeting on the Outer Banks.
The good news is that the Hurricane center is not using the words Tropical event, they are using the words Sub-tropical (Nor'easter in comparison) which means rain, wind, minor inundation.
I cannot believe I am sending this out, however, the Five "P's" dictate that I send this out to keep you Informed.
Could be a on again off again rain event this weekend. Sub-tropical Storm Ana is still moving around a little bit and some of the models are now suggesting a more easterly track towards us instead of Raleigh.
Tropical Storm Ana is scheduled to come ashore in South Carolina, under the current track. The track and intensity are still showing some variability, but at the present time the remaining low pressure system will pass near Beaufort County on Monday.
I have attached the latest update from the Weather Service for your review. The latest update includes an increase to 90% in the likely hood that the low will become a sub-tropical low in the next 24 hours.
Here is the latest update from the Hurricane Center for this Low Pressure soon to be sub-tropical event.
In response to a request from Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) and the Dare County Board of Commissioners, the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has agreed to hold an additional public scoping meeting on the Outer Banks.
Stan has spurred me to further research over the Conservative / Liberal split. Unbeknownst to me a good old High School buddy supplied me with the ultimate answer!
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.
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