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Today, I have signed into law S. 2981, the "National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Officer Corps Amendments Act of 2020" (the "Act").
Today, I have signed into law S. 2981, the "National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Officer Corps Amendments Act of 2020" (the "Act").
 
The National Weather Service (NWS) made several updates to this morning’s forecast.
The National Weather Service (NWS) made several updates to this morning’s forecast.
 
Here are the latest updates on Hurricane Dorian
 
Here is the latest information on Hurricane Dorian
 
Today, Governor's Office spokesman Ford Porter issued the following statement on NOAA's decision to grant incidental harassment authorizations to companies, a step toward opening the Atlantic Coast to seismic testing
Today, Governor's Office spokesman Ford Porter issued the following statement on NOAA's decision to grant incidental harassment authorizations to companies, a step toward opening the Atlantic Coast to seismic testing
 
Hurricane Florence made landfall between Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach as a Category 1 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, and plowed through Brunswick County, NC and then into Horry County, SC, eventually downgraded to a strong tropical Storm.
Hurricane Florence made landfall between Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach as a Category 1 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, and plowed through Brunswick County, NC and then into Horry County, SC, eventually downgraded to a strong tropical Storm.
 
Hurricane Florence is affecting a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently near to making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, and projected to skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane
Hurricane Florence is affecting a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently near to making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, and projected to skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane
 
Hurricane Florence is affecting a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently near to making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, and projected to skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane
Hurricane Florence is affecting a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently near to making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, and projected to skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane
 
Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently making landfall as a Category 2 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane.
Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently making landfall as a Category 2 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane.
 
Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently making landfall as a Category 2 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane.
Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently making landfall as a Category 2 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane.
 
Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently making landfall as a Category 2 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane.
Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently making landfall as a Category 2 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane.
 
Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently making landfall as a Category 2 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane.
Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina, currently making landfall as a Category 2 hurricane, in the Cape Fear region of North Carolina, skirting Brunswick County, NC and then Horry County, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane.
 
Slow, but life-threatening changes in the projected path of Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina.
 
Slow, but life-threatening changes in the projected path of Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina.
 
Slow, but life-threatening changes in the projected path of Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina.
 
Slow, but life-threatening changes in the projected path of Hurricane Florence will affect a wide swath of coastal residents in North and South Carolina.
 
At this point, the path of Hurricane Florence has a possible impact point projected to be in the middle of Pender County.
 
Currently, Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, getting closer, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change.
Currently, Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, getting closer, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change.
 
Currently, Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, getting closer, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change.
Currently, Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, getting closer, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change.
 
Currently, Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, getting closer, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change.
Currently, Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, getting closer, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change.
 
Currently, Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, getting closer, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change and change again, therefore, no one will probably know its true direction, or possible impact point until soon before landfall.
Currently, Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, getting closer, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change and change again, therefore, no one will probably know its true direction, or possible impact point until soon before landfall.
 
Currently, Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, getting closer, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change and change again, therefore, no one will probably know its true direction, or possible impact point until soon before landfall.
Currently, Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, getting closer, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change and change again, therefore, no one will probably know its true direction, or possible impact point until soon before landfall.
 
Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change, therefore, no one will probably know its true direction until soon before landfall.
Hurricane Florence is far out to sea, and, regardless of which direction it is modeled to proceed, it will change, therefore, no one will probably know its true direction until soon before landfall.
 
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) is urging NOAA Fisheries to extend bluefin tuna season for Eastern North Carolina fishermen. The winter bluefin tuna season for General Category permit holders runs from January 1 to March 31st
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) is urging NOAA Fisheries to extend bluefin tuna season for Eastern North Carolina fishermen. The winter bluefin tuna season for General Category permit holders runs from January 1 to March 31st
 
Seven coastal communities will get grants totaling $100,000 to help them prepare for hurricanes, storms and growth
Seven coastal communities will get grants totaling $100,000 to help them prepare for hurricanes, storms and growth
 
This fall, East Carolina University Honors College alumnus Thomas Vaughn '15 will join the National Weather Service in Wichita, Kansas as one of 31 new hires by the federal agency that is responsible for providing weather, water and climate data, forecasts and warnings across the country
This fall, East Carolina University Honors College alumnus Thomas Vaughn '15 will join the National Weather Service in Wichita, Kansas as one of 31 new hires by the federal agency that is responsible for providing weather, water and climate data, forecasts and warnings across the country
 
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis and others introduce the bipartisan Save our Seas (SOS) Act to help address the marine debris epidemic affecting America's ocean shorelines and inland waterways, as well as other coasts across the globe
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis and others introduce the bipartisan Save our Seas (SOS) Act to help address the marine debris epidemic affecting America's ocean shorelines and inland waterways, as well as other coasts across the globe
 
The 2017 North Carolina Severe Weather Preparedness Week will occur the first full week of March, from March 5 through March 11, 2017
The 2017 North Carolina Severe Weather Preparedness Week will occur the first full week of March, from March 5 through March 11, 2017
 
Today, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-03) continued his opposition to expansion of the marine sanctuary system off the Atlantic Coast.
Today, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-03) continued his opposition to expansion of the marine sanctuary system off the Atlantic Coast.
 
Two East Carolina University alumni were the principal investigators in the Oct. 21 discovery of two shipwrecks from an important World War II naval battle off the North Carolina coast.
Two East Carolina University alumni were the principal investigators in the Oct. 21 discovery of two shipwrecks from an important World War II naval battle off the North Carolina coast.
 
For the second year in a row, an East Carolina University Honors College student has won a prestigious scholarship and internship with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
For the second year in a row, an East Carolina University Honors College student has won a prestigious scholarship and internship with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
 
Congressman Walter Jones takes action and relates it to his constituents through these press releases.
Congressman Walter Jones takes action and relates it to his constituents through these press releases.
 
Congressman Walter Jones takes action and relates it to his constituents through these press releases.
 
It's a story that just keeps repeating itself, with some variations, such as the names changing but the basic proposition remains the same.
 
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