PM Update (12/22/22) - Weather Pattern Through 12/29/22 | Eastern North Carolina Now

News Release:

    Good Afternoon Everyone,

    This afternoon's update from the National Weather Service includes a Wind Chill Advisory for Beaufort County. The rain is now exiting our area, with no more expected until the New Year's weekend. No other changes were made to the detailed forecast for Beaufort County. (See below)

    Today

  • SE winds begin transitioning to the SW around 8pm, and remain sustained between 10 and 15 mph through the overnight hours. gust of 15 to 25 mph are possible during this time.

    Friday

  • SW winds will become sustained between 20 and 25 mph by 10am, and continue through sunset. Gust of 40 to 45 mph are likely during this time. Winds will transition from the SW to the W around 11am and remain sustained between 15 and 20 mph overnight, with frequent gust of 20 to 25 mph likely.
  • We are expected to reach our high temperature of 51 degrees at 7am Friday morning, with temperatures dropping during the remainder of the day. We are forecasted to be around 30 degrees by sunset, with a windchill of 19. Our overnight low is expected to occur around 5am Saturday morning with a temperature of 16 and a windchill of 3 degrees.

    Saturday (Christmas Eve)

  • W winds will remain sustained between 10 and 15 mph through sunset, with gust of 20 to 25 mph likely.
  • We are expected to reach a high temperature of 28 degrees around 1pm, with a windchill of 19. Our overnight low is forecasted to occur around 5am Christmas morning, with a temperature of 18 degrees and a windchill of 10.

    Sunday (Christmas Day)

  • W winds will remain sustained between 5 and 10 mph. Winds will begin to transition from the W to the SW around 11pm.
  • We are expected to reach a high temperature of 34 degrees around 1pm, with a windchill of 28. Our overnight low is forecasted to occur around 4am Monday morning, with a temperature of 19 degrees.

    Monday

  • Winds will transition from the N around sunrise and be sustained around 5 mph.
  • A high of 40 degrees is expected around 1pm, with an overnight low of 23.

    Tuesday & Wednesday

  • N winds between 5 and 10 mph are expected through Wednesday.
  • Highs of 45 to 48 degrees and overnight lows of 25 to 27 degrees are expected for both days.

    See the attached briefing and email below for the National Weather Service for their latest update. Their next update is scheduled for 8am tomorrow morning. We will continue to pass along information as we receive it.

    Please ensure that any outside pets and / or livestock have adequate shelter to protect them from these forecasted impacts. We also encourage everyone to ensure that any exposed plumbing is protected from freezing temperatures.

    As always, thank you all for what you do to keep Beaufort County informed, prepared and safe.


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


    Good afternoon,

    Attached is an updated overview of the potential weather impacts from the strong weather system that will be moving through the region through the end of the week.

    WHAT HAS CHANGED: We expanded the wind advisory, added a wind chill advisory and issued coastal flood warnings and advisories.

    The threat for heavy rain and strong thunderstorms is over for most of the area with the exception of the Outer Banks. Across the Outer Banks, heavy rain and stronger thunderstorms (with possible waterspouts) are possible through this evening.

    The next full briefing will be sent by 8 AM, Thursday.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at (252) 223-5737 Ext. 6.

NWS_Morehead_City_Multiple_Hazards_Briefing_6_December_22_24_2022.pdf


    Regards,

    NWS Newport/Morehead City


   NOAA - National Weather Service
   Newport/Morehead City, NC Weather Forecast Office
   533 Roberts Rd
   Newport, NC 28570
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