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A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for areas east of Beaufort County. The previously issued Tropical Storm Watch has been dropped.
A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for areas east of Beaufort County. The previously issued Tropical Storm Watch has been dropped.
 
Just the latest update on our impressive low pressure system. Please see below from the NWS and report any severe weather events promptly to us.
Just the latest update on our impressive low pressure system. Please see below from the NWS and report any severe weather events promptly to us.
 
I have attached the 6:00am update from the NWS and waited until after the Hurricane Center issued its 8:00am update to forward this information to you.
I have attached the 6:00am update from the NWS and waited until after the Hurricane Center issued its 8:00am update to forward this information to you.
 
Hazardous Weather is not expected at this time.
 
Could be a on again off again rain event this weekend. Sub-tropical Storm Ana is still moving around a little bit and some of the models are now suggesting a more easterly track towards us instead of Raleigh.
Could be a on again off again rain event this weekend. Sub-tropical Storm Ana is still moving around a little bit and some of the models are now suggesting a more easterly track towards us instead of Raleigh.
 
Tropical Storm Ana is scheduled to come ashore in South Carolina, under the current track. The track and intensity are still showing some variability, but at the present time the remaining low pressure system will pass near Beaufort County on Monday.
Tropical Storm Ana is scheduled to come ashore in South Carolina, under the current track. The track and intensity are still showing some variability, but at the present time the remaining low pressure system will pass near Beaufort County on Monday.
 
I have attached the latest update from the Weather Service for your review. The latest update includes an increase to 90% in the likely hood that the low will become a sub-tropical low in the next 24 hours.
I have attached the latest update from the Weather Service for your review. The latest update includes an increase to 90% in the likely hood that the low will become a sub-tropical low in the next 24 hours.
 
Here is the latest update from the Hurricane Center for this Low Pressure soon to be sub-tropical event.
Here is the latest update from the Hurricane Center for this Low Pressure soon to be sub-tropical event.
 
The good news is that the Hurricane center is not using the words Tropical event, they are using the words Sub-tropical (Nor'easter in comparison) which means rain, wind, minor inundation.
The good news is that the Hurricane center is not using the words Tropical event, they are using the words Sub-tropical (Nor'easter in comparison) which means rain, wind, minor inundation.
 
I cannot believe I am sending this out, however, the Five "P's" dictate that I send this out to keep you Informed.
I cannot believe I am sending this out, however, the Five "P's" dictate that I send this out to keep you Informed.
 
Streets have standing water in all the normal places following a heavy early morning rainfall so please allow for delays in employees arriving for work this morning.
Streets have standing water in all the normal places following a heavy early morning rainfall so please allow for delays in employees arriving for work this morning.
 
We just concluded a conversation with the NWS and we seem in agreement with the current NWS and NHC forecast models.
We just concluded a conversation with the NWS and we seem in agreement with the current NWS and NHC forecast models.
 
This is going to be primarily a rain and wind event which will progress quickly across Beaufort County starting Friday morning and Gone by Midnight Friday night.
This is going to be primarily a rain and wind event which will progress quickly across Beaufort County starting Friday morning and Gone by Midnight Friday night.
 
We are under a Tropical Storm Warning at the present time. Do not overreact, but be aware it is going to be wet and windy later this afternoon and tomorrow.
We are under a Tropical Storm Warning at the present time. Do not overreact, but be aware it is going to be wet and windy later this afternoon and tomorrow.
 
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