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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.
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.
 
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching weather system that has the potential to bring periods of heavy rain and localized flash flooding to our area.
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching weather system that has the potential to bring periods of heavy rain and localized flash flooding to our area.
 
Governor declares State of Emergency; Search continues for missing persons
 
Our office continues to monitor weather conditions for the remainder of the week. The following is expected for Beaufort County though Friday.
Our office continues to monitor weather conditions for the remainder of the week. The following is expected for Beaufort County though Friday.
 
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.
 
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