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Governor Cooper encourages North Carolinians to be prepared for potential high winds and flooding
Governor Cooper encourages North Carolinians to be prepared for potential high winds and flooding
 
Governor issues State of Emergency, orders transportation waivers to speed help
 
Governor Roy Cooper has declared August as North Carolina Preparedness Month, encouraging individuals, families, schools and businesses to review their emergency plans and update their emergency supply kits.
Governor Roy Cooper has declared August as North Carolina Preparedness Month, encouraging individuals, families, schools and businesses to review their emergency plans and update their emergency supply kits.
 
Governor Cooper today updated North Carolinians on the effects of Hurricane Isaias, hours after the storm left the state.
Governor Cooper today updated North Carolinians on the effects of Hurricane Isaias, hours after the storm left the state.
 
Gov. Cooper’s request for federal disaster declaration approved
Gov. Cooper’s request for federal disaster declaration approved
 
Our office is currently monitoring the progression of Tropical Storm Isaias.
Our office is currently monitoring the progression of Tropical Storm Isaias.
 
Several years ago, North Carolina Emergency Management began work to develop evacuation zones for 20 coastal North Carolina counties.
Several years ago, North Carolina Emergency Management began work to develop evacuation zones for 20 coastal North Carolina counties.
 
Governor Roy Cooper is urging people along the North Carolina coast to pay close attention to Tropical Storm Arthur, the first named storm of the year.
Governor Roy Cooper is urging people along the North Carolina coast to pay close attention to Tropical Storm Arthur, the first named storm of the year.
 
Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed May 3-9 Hurricane Preparedness Week in North Carolina and reminded residents that now is the time to prepare for the 2020 hurricane season.
Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed May 3-9 Hurricane Preparedness Week in North Carolina and reminded residents that now is the time to prepare for the 2020 hurricane season.
 
Last night’s winter weather brought snow across North Carolina, downed trees and caused power outages around the state.
Last night’s winter weather brought snow across North Carolina, downed trees and caused power outages around the state.
 
As this year’s first blast of winter weather moves in to North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper is urging everyone to be prepared.
As this year’s first blast of winter weather moves in to North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper is urging everyone to be prepared.
 
North Carolinians Should Prepare, Monitor Weather Forecasts
 
Additional rains that are forecast to fall across the state today could cause flash flooding to redevelop across the southern mountains in areas that are already saturated from days of rain.
Additional rains that are forecast to fall across the state today could cause flash flooding to redevelop across the southern mountains in areas that are already saturated from days of rain.
 
Strong winds cause power outages as North Carolina recovers from yesterday’s storms
Strong winds cause power outages as North Carolina recovers from yesterday’s storms
 
As a line of strong storms moves across the state today, many areas of North Carolina are experiencing dangerous weather conditions, including heavy rains, flooding and tornadoes.
As a line of strong storms moves across the state today, many areas of North Carolina are experiencing dangerous weather conditions, including heavy rains, flooding and tornadoes.
 
Throughout the week, Governor Cooper, state agencies and state and local emergency management officials opened more than 50 shelters and issued mandatory evacuation orders to prepare for Hurricane Dorian.
Throughout the week, Governor Cooper, state agencies and state and local emergency management officials opened more than 50 shelters and issued mandatory evacuation orders to prepare for Hurricane Dorian.
 
As Hurricane Dorian begins to hit North Carolina with areas of destructive tornadoes, heavy rains, damaging winds and power outages, Gov. Roy Cooper this afternoon urged North Carolinians should shelter in place and stay off the roads until the storm passes.
As Hurricane Dorian begins to hit North Carolina with areas of destructive tornadoes, heavy rains, damaging winds and power outages, Gov. Roy Cooper this afternoon urged North Carolinians should shelter in place and stay off the roads until the storm passes.
 
As Hurricane Dorian’s effects arrive in North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper today urged North Carolinians stay safe and to stay off the roads.
As Hurricane Dorian’s effects arrive in North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper today urged North Carolinians stay safe and to stay off the roads.
 
With Hurricane Dorian less than a day away from North Carolina’s coast, Gov. Roy Cooper today urged North Carolinians to complete their storm preparations.
With Hurricane Dorian less than a day away from North Carolina’s coast, Gov. Roy Cooper today urged North Carolinians to complete their storm preparations.
 
The federal government has granted Governor Roy Cooper’s request for a federal disaster declaration for North Carolina in anticipation of Hurricane Dorian’s impact on the state.
The federal government has granted Governor Roy Cooper’s request for a federal disaster declaration for North Carolina in anticipation of Hurricane Dorian’s impact on the state.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper today issued a mandatory evacuation order for North Carolina’s barrier islands and advised North Carolinians to complete their preparations for the arrival of Hurricane Dorian, he also.
Gov. Roy Cooper today issued a mandatory evacuation order for North Carolina’s barrier islands and advised North Carolinians to complete their preparations for the arrival of Hurricane Dorian, he also.
 
As local governments begin to issue evacuation orders, Governor Roy Cooper today advised people to pay attention to local evacuation instructions related to Hurricane Dorian and reminded others that time to get ready for the storm is running out.
As local governments begin to issue evacuation orders, Governor Roy Cooper today advised people to pay attention to local evacuation instructions related to Hurricane Dorian and reminded others that time to get ready for the storm is running out.
 
Governor Roy Cooper today issued an order to help North Carolina farmers harvest and transport crops quickly in preparation for any future impacts from Hurricane Dorian.
Governor Roy Cooper today issued an order to help North Carolina farmers harvest and transport crops quickly in preparation for any future impacts from Hurricane Dorian.
 
Governor Cooper urged North Carolinians today to pay close attention to Hurricane Dorian, and make sure they are ready for its possible impacts expected by the middle of the week.
Governor Cooper urged North Carolinians today to pay close attention to Hurricane Dorian, and make sure they are ready for its possible impacts expected by the middle of the week.
 
Additional rains and flooding will continue to impact North Carolina today and into this evening, Governor Roy Cooper cautioned Monday, and urged drivers to be safe and avoid floodwaters.
Additional rains and flooding will continue to impact North Carolina today and into this evening, Governor Roy Cooper cautioned Monday, and urged drivers to be safe and avoid floodwaters.
 
Governor Roy Cooper is encouraging North Carolinians to stay vigilant and pay attention to local forecasts as more bands of heavy showers and storms are predicted through Sunday evening.
Governor Roy Cooper is encouraging North Carolinians to stay vigilant and pay attention to local forecasts as more bands of heavy showers and storms are predicted through Sunday evening.
 
As North Carolina works to rebuild from past storms, Governor Roy Cooper today urged North Carolinians to take steps now to get ready for the next hurricane season.
As North Carolina works to rebuild from past storms, Governor Roy Cooper today urged North Carolinians to take steps now to get ready for the next hurricane season.
 
Governor Roy Cooper has declared March 3-9 as Severe Weather Preparedness Week and urges North Carolinians to use the time to prepare and practice safety plans in case severe weather strikes
Governor Roy Cooper has declared March 3-9 as Severe Weather Preparedness Week and urges North Carolinians to use the time to prepare and practice safety plans in case severe weather strikes
 
Governor Cooper urges residents to follow their local weather forecast and be prepared for another round of sub-freezing temperatures and winter weather over the next few days.
Governor Cooper urges residents to follow their local weather forecast and be prepared for another round of sub-freezing temperatures and winter weather over the next few days.
 
North Carolina is preparing for another round of winter weather expected this weekend and now is the time for people to get ready, especially in the mountains and foothills, Governor Roy Cooper said Thursday.
North Carolina is preparing for another round of winter weather expected this weekend and now is the time for people to get ready, especially in the mountains and foothills, Governor Roy Cooper said Thursday.
 
A State of Emergency declared by Governor Cooper this weekend remains in effect as utility workers are quickly restoring power across the Triad area and some Western North Carolina counties.
A State of Emergency declared by Governor Cooper this weekend remains in effect as utility workers are quickly restoring power across the Triad area and some Western North Carolina counties.
 
The deadline for North Carolinians who suffered damage during Hurricane Florence to apply for federal help has now been extended to December 19, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
The deadline for North Carolinians who suffered damage during Hurricane Florence to apply for federal help has now been extended to December 19, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
 
As the weather warms today, North Carolina's interstates and major highways are returning to normal, but many secondary roads and neighborhood streets are still treacherous
As the weather warms today, North Carolina's interstates and major highways are returning to normal, but many secondary roads and neighborhood streets are still treacherous
 
With some portions of North Carolina receiving up to 20 inches of snow and ice, Governor Roy Cooper is encouraging the public to remain cautious as cold temperatures will result in refreezing
With some portions of North Carolina receiving up to 20 inches of snow and ice, Governor Roy Cooper is encouraging the public to remain cautious as cold temperatures will result in refreezing
 
Governor Cooper today declared a State of Emergency for all 100 counties as North Carolina prepares for a major winter storm expected to hit the state starting Saturday
Governor Cooper today declared a State of Emergency for all 100 counties as North Carolina prepares for a major winter storm expected to hit the state starting Saturday
 
North Carolinians impacted by Hurricane Florence have one week from Thursday left to register for assistance programs with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
North Carolinians impacted by Hurricane Florence have one week from Thursday left to register for assistance programs with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
 
North Carolina continues to make progress recovering from Hurricane Florence, with more than $895 million in state and federal resources already approved, Governor Roy Cooper said Wednesday
North Carolina continues to make progress recovering from Hurricane Florence, with more than $895 million in state and federal resources already approved, Governor Roy Cooper said Wednesday
 
More than 720,000 North Carolinians in 304,000 households affected by Hurricane Florence received assistance buying food over the past seven weeks, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
More than 720,000 North Carolinians in 304,000 households affected by Hurricane Florence received assistance buying food over the past seven weeks, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
 
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