Dare County Emergency Management has a full-time staff that receives specialized training in many varied fields. Like other public safety officials, staff members serve the community 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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Remain Alert and Prepare Now for Potential Storm Conditions
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Dare County officials are closely monitoring Hurricane Irma as it tracks towards the southern coast of Florida this weekend and along the east coast of Florida early next week.
While it is too early to determine the path of Hurricane Irma and what impact the storm will have locally, it is important for Dare County residents and visitors to begin making necessary safety preparations now. Even without direct impacts, Irma could bring challenging and potentially dangerous conditions to the Outer Banks.
A beach hazards statement is currently in effect – long period swells will lead to dangerous surf and strong rip currents through early next week.
Residents and visitors should monitor weather reports and be aware of any updated watches and warnings issued by the National Weather Service (NWS). For local weather conditions, visit http://www.weather.gov/mhx/.
For updated information from the National Hurricane Center, visit http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/.
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Dare County Emergency Management is receiving a lot of inquiries about reentry permits. For information, visit darenc.com/reentry.