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Tropical Storm Claudette — 6pm Update (6/20)

Press Release:

    There were no major changes to the 6pm update from the National Weather Service. Forecasted conditions for Beaufort Co. are as follows:


  • South and Southwest winds between 10 and 15 mph will continue through midnight Tuesday. Gust of 20 to 25mph are possible. These higher gust will be more frequent along the shorelines and eastern areas of our county.


  • Rain will continue through 3pm Monday, with 1 to 3 inches possible. The heaviest rains are expected between 2am and 10am Monday. Localized flash flooding is possible with these periods of heavier rain.

    Other Severe Weather Impacts

  • Isolated tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, and minor coastal flooding are possible Sunday and Monday.

    This will be our last update for Claudette. We encourage everyone to continue to monitor local media outlets for updates as well as any watches and / or warnings that may be issued. We also encourage everyone to ensure your family, friends and neighbors have a way of receiving alerts for watches and / or warnings during the night. (ie. weather radio, push notifications to your phones or other electronic devices)

    View the full PDF for more info HERE.

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

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