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Please see the email below and attached briefings from the National Weather Service for the latest on today excessive heat index and severe weather potential.
Please see the email below and attached briefings from the National Weather Service for the latest on today excessive heat index and severe weather potential.
 
Our office is monitoring an increasing potential of severe weather for our county later today, especially for areas along and west of Hwy 17.
Our office is monitoring an increasing potential of severe weather for our county later today, especially for areas along and west of Hwy 17.
 
Our office continues to monitor an approaching weather system that will be bring heavy rains and the potential of a few strong / severe storms. The current forecast details for Beaufort County is as follows
Our office continues to monitor an approaching weather system that will be bring heavy rains and the potential of a few strong / severe storms. The current forecast details for Beaufort County is as follows
 
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching weather system that will bring high winds, cold temperatures, periods of heavy rain and the potential for severe storms with isolated tornados to our area on Saturday.
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching weather system that will bring high winds, cold temperatures, periods of heavy rain and the potential for severe storms with isolated tornados to our area on Saturday.
 
The biggest threats to Beaufort County continues to be the possibility of isolated tornados, periods of heavy rain that could produce flash flooding, and winds gust between 25 and 30 mph.
The biggest threats to Beaufort County continues to be the possibility of isolated tornados, periods of heavy rain that could produce flash flooding, and winds gust between 25 and 30 mph.
 
There is now a Slight (level 2/5) threat of severe weather for all of eastern North Carolina for later this afternoon and evening.
There is now a Slight (level 2/5) threat of severe weather for all of eastern North Carolina for later this afternoon and evening.
 
The threat for severe weather in our area has been expanded and therefore we wanted to send you a quick update.
The threat for severe weather in our area has been expanded and therefore we wanted to send you a quick update.
 
Our office is currently monitoring the threat of severe weather for this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon. Please see the email below and attached briefing from the National Weather Service for more information.
Our office is currently monitoring the threat of severe weather for this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon. Please see the email below and attached briefing from the National Weather Service for more information.
 
Governor signs transportation waivers to help expedite power restoration
 
This will be the final full briefing on the severe weather and multi hazard threat.
This will be the final full briefing on the severe weather and multi hazard threat.
 
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
 
The Moderate Severe Outlook has been trimmed back to areas south of Highway 70, but we are still expecting severe weather late this afternoon into this evening across all of Eastern NC.
The Moderate Severe Outlook has been trimmed back to areas south of Highway 70, but we are still expecting severe weather late this afternoon into this evening across all of Eastern NC.
 
The potential for a regional severe weather outbreak is increasing across the southeastern U.S. tomorrow afternoon and evening, including eastern NC.
The potential for a regional severe weather outbreak is increasing across the southeastern U.S. tomorrow afternoon and evening, including eastern NC.
 
Our office is currently monitoring the threat of severe weather for Thursday.
Our office is currently monitoring the threat of severe weather for Thursday.
 
Vaccine providers in North Carolina and across the nation continued to be hampered by delayed shipments and deliveries of COVID-19 vaccines due to severe weather.
Vaccine providers in North Carolina and across the nation continued to be hampered by delayed shipments and deliveries of COVID-19 vaccines due to severe weather.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has been notified by the federal government of continued delays in some shipments and deliveries of COVID-19 vaccine this week due to severe weather.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has been notified by the federal government of continued delays in some shipments and deliveries of COVID-19 vaccine this week due to severe weather.
 
As North Carolinians prepare for severe winter weather conditions, officials with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services caution people not to use gasoline-powered generators or tools, outdoor grills and camp stoves in enclosed spaces.
As North Carolinians prepare for severe winter weather conditions, officials with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services caution people not to use gasoline-powered generators or tools, outdoor grills and camp stoves in enclosed spaces.
 
All areas north of the Pamlico River, as well as areas north and west of Vanceboro and Blounts Creek are now forecasted to receive between 2" and 3" of snow.
All areas north of the Pamlico River, as well as areas north and west of Vanceboro and Blounts Creek are now forecasted to receive between 2" and 3" of snow.
 
Our office continues to monitor the cold front currently moving across our area. Please see the email below and attached briefing from the National Weather Service for the latest update.
Our office continues to monitor the cold front currently moving across our area. Please see the email below and attached briefing from the National Weather Service for the latest update.
 
This morning’s update from the National Weather Service (NWS) has included Beaufort County in a Coastal Flood Warning.
This morning’s update from the National Weather Service (NWS) has included Beaufort County in a Coastal Flood Warning.
 
Beaufort County was upgraded to an ”Enhanced” storm threat category in this afternoon’s briefing from the National Weather Service (NWS).
Beaufort County was upgraded to an ”Enhanced” storm threat category in this afternoon’s briefing from the National Weather Service (NWS).
 
Our office is monitoring an approaching cold front that has the potential to bring severe weather and coastal flooding to Beaufort County.
Our office is monitoring an approaching cold front that has the potential to bring severe weather and coastal flooding to Beaufort County.
 
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching low pressure system that has the potential to bring damaging winds, isolated tornados, heavy rains and hazardous marine conditions to our area tomorrow afternoon through Thursday morning.
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching low pressure system that has the potential to bring damaging winds, isolated tornados, heavy rains and hazardous marine conditions to our area tomorrow afternoon through Thursday morning.
 
The 4pm update from the National Weather Service (NWS) has increased the threat level of severe weather for Beaufort County.
The 4pm update from the National Weather Service (NWS) has increased the threat level of severe weather for Beaufort County.
 
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching weather system that has the potential to bring periods of heavy rain, damaging wind gust and isolated tornados to our area.
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching weather system that has the potential to bring periods of heavy rain, damaging wind gust and isolated tornados to our area.
 
There were very minor adjustments to this afternoon’s updated forecast from the NWS. (Mainly for rainfall totals in areas north and east of Washington) Please see the email below and attached document for details.
There were very minor adjustments to this afternoon’s updated forecast from the NWS. (Mainly for rainfall totals in areas north and east of Washington) Please see the email below and attached document for details.
 
The NWS has added more information to their 8am briefing. The following conditions are forecasted for Beaufort County.
The NWS has added more information to their 8am briefing. The following conditions are forecasted for Beaufort County.
 
Our office continues to monitor the forecast of Tropical Cyclone Sally.
Our office continues to monitor the forecast of Tropical Cyclone Sally.
 
Our office is currently monitoring the remnants of Hurricane Laura as it progresses through the Eastern US.
Our office is currently monitoring the remnants of Hurricane Laura as it progresses through the Eastern US.
 
Our office continues to monitor an approaching cold front that will bring rain, strong winds and the potential for severe weather to our area today.
Our office continues to monitor an approaching cold front that will bring rain, strong winds and the potential for severe weather to our area today.
 
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching cold front that will bring strong winds and the potential for severe weather to our area tomorrow.
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching cold front that will bring strong winds and the potential for severe weather to our area tomorrow.
 
The greatest severe weather potential has continued to shift southward, with mainly southern coastal sections remaining in a slight risk of severe storms overnight, mainly from late this evening into the early morning hours Friday.
The greatest severe weather potential has continued to shift southward, with mainly southern coastal sections remaining in a slight risk of severe storms overnight, mainly from late this evening into the early morning hours Friday.
 
We are tracking yet another storm system bringing a potentially significant severe weather threat to Eastern NC.
We are tracking yet another storm system bringing a potentially significant severe weather threat to Eastern NC.
 
Here is an update based on the latest model trends this afternoon and evening.
Here is an update based on the latest model trends this afternoon and evening.
 
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching low pressure that will bring rain, as well as the potential for severe weather into our area this afternoon though tomorrow.
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching low pressure that will bring rain, as well as the potential for severe weather into our area this afternoon though tomorrow.
 
Power outages are possible with line of strong storms
 
We are continuing to monitor an approaching cold front that has the potential to bring severe weather to Eastern NC tonight through tomorrow.
We are continuing to monitor an approaching cold front that has the potential to bring severe weather to Eastern NC tonight through tomorrow.
 
Our office is currently monitoring the potential for severe weather this evening through Monday morning.
Our office is currently monitoring the potential for severe weather this evening through Monday morning.
 
Our office is currently monitoring a cold front that is expected to impact our area tomorrow and Friday. Current forecast models indicate the following for Beaufort County.
Our office is currently monitoring a cold front that is expected to impact our area tomorrow and Friday. Current forecast models indicate the following for Beaufort County.
 
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