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Beaufort County Emergency Management is asking all motorist who do not live the flooded areas to please stay away from them
Based on the latest track data (see attached) we must get more serious about our preparation for a Hurricane to impact Beaufort County.
I have attached a copy of the latest projected track and intensity rating for Danny. At the present time we have nothing to worry about, however, preparedness is the key to readiness.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Flood Watch for Beaufort County as follows:
You know when you hear from me three times in one day on Weather related issue then tighten down your seat belts it is going to be an entertaining ride!
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.
I have attached a copy of the latest projected track and intensity rating for Danny. At the present time we have nothing to worry about, however, preparedness is the key to readiness.
Based on the latest track data (see attached) we must get more serious about our preparation for a Hurricane to impact Beaufort County.
We just got this updated graphic, but I thought you would like to see both the written version and the translated version.
Please take into account the wind when crossing high level winds the further East you are in the County. Wind Chill is an issue as the temperature drops.
Governor Pat McCrory has declared March 1-7 Severe Weather Preparedness Week in North Carolina, cautioning North Carolinians to practice how to be safe when thunderstorms and tornadoes threaten. While damaging storms and tornadoes can occur any time of the year, March through May is peak tornado sea
We just got this updated graphic, but I thought you would like to see both the written version and the translated version.
This afternoon could provide an opportunity for some severe weather that we all need to be aware of and make our fellow responders and counterparts: "Weather Aware".
The Tropical Storm that will likely form in the Atlantic in the next forty-eight hours is currently not a threat to North Carolina, however, we will continue to monitor the situation.
I know its Friday (TGIF) and a possible wet day to day followed by another one Saturday and a fifty/fifty chance of rain on Sunday and Monday.
  I have attached a National Weather Service notice concerning the possibility of severe thunderstorms in our area today, especially later in the day.
Heavy rain over already wet ground will cause flooding across Eastern north carolina today and through the upcoming weekend. 3 To 5 inches of rain is expected through sunday.
Update on the weather for tonight and tomorrow morning. We hope everyone has signed up for Hyper-Reach or has some other warning system for their cell phones and home phone as they might need them tonight.
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