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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High Winds and Flooding to Continue Through the Weekend
- Contact Drew Pearson, Emergency Management Director
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
High winds and coastal flooding are expected to remain through the weekend and there is a chance that flooding may increase. The most recent forecast from the National Weather Service indicates ocean and sound waters could reach as high as 4 feet above ground level, a foot higher than previously anticipated.
Dare County Emergency Management advises residents and visitors to use caution since many roads and neighborhoods will continue to experience flooding, particularly during periods of high tide.
- Slow down and remember that you’re driving through salt water which is damaging to vehicles.
Do not drive into flooded roadways; Turn Around, Don't Drown! Water may be deeper than it appears and can hide many hazards.
- Do not walk through flood waters. It only takes six inches of moving water to knock you off your feet.
Stay informed by monitoring local radio and television for information and updates. Updated weather forecasts from the National Weather Service can be accessed at www.weather.gov/mhx. For updated road conditions, visit www.drivenc.gov.