2 PM Update (2/18) — Heavy Rain / Flooding Potential | Beaufort County Now | Periods of rain, combined with saturated soils and rivers/tributaries already in flood stage, will result in additional river rises and flooding through late Friday. | beaufort county, emergency services, heavy rain, flash flooding, february 18, 2021

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2 PM Update (2/18) — Heavy Rain / Flooding Potential

Press Release:

    Periods of rain, combined with saturated soils and rivers/tributaries already in flood stage, will result in additional river rises and flooding through late Friday. Occasional periods of heavy rain could lead to localized flash flooding. River flooding will continue into the beginning of next week.

    We will plan to transition to River Flood briefings Friday. The next briefing will be issued by noon on Friday.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to the forecaster on duty at (252) 223-5737 EXT 6.

    View the full PDF file HERE.


  • Chris Newkirk
  • Deputy Director
  • Beaufort County Emergency Services
  • 1420 Highland Dr
  • Washington, N.C. 27889
  • Office: (252) 940-6511
  • Cell: (252) 378-5352
  • Chris.Newkirk@co.beaufort.nc.us





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( February 18th, 2021 @ 3:41 pm )
 
"As long as I remember, the rain's been coming down; Clouds of mystery pouring, confusion on the ground; Good men through the ages, trying to find the sun; And I wonder, still I wonder; Who'll stop the rain?" - John Fogerty



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