Evacuation Order lifted at 4 PM Today for Dare County visitors
The emergency control group for the Dare County areas of the Outer Banks met early this morning and have lifted the evacuation order due to Hurricane Dorian effective at 4 PM today. This is only for guests arriving north of Oregon Inlet in the towns of Nags Head, Kill Devil Hills, Kitty Hawk, Southern Shores, and Duck.
Evacuation order for Guests still in place
The Emergency Control Group for the Outer Banks met this morning and determined that due to Hurricane Dorian the conditions on the beaches are not yet safe for guests to return. The mandatory evacuation order for all of Dare and Currituck Counties remains in effect at this time.
Dorian Gone – Clean up is Next
At this time a state of emergency and a mandatory evacuation continues for the Outer Banks in the wake of Hurricane Dorian. No entry to the Outer Banks is allowed at this time. Visitors are not expected to be allowed back on the beach on Saturday. Please plan accordingly.
Dorian Lashes the Outer Banks
A state of emergency and a mandatory evacuation order continues for all of the Outer Banks due to Hurricane Dorian. Access to the Outer Banks has been closed effective 8 PM on Thursday night and a curfew is in effect for the majority of the area which limits movement around the beaches.
Dorian tracking Northeast
A mandatory evacuation order and a state of emergency continue for all of the Outer Banks. All guests in residence have evacuated, and many residents have left the area as well in advance of the arrival of Hurricane Dorian.
Evacuation Order Expanded to Corolla
The Mandatory Evacuation order for visitors of the Outer Banks has now been expanded to include Currituck County which includes all properties in Corolla.
Mandatory Evacuation order for Dare County
The Dare County Control Group has issued a Mandatory Evacuation order for Visitors beginning at noon today (9/3/19). Residents are under a mandatory evacuation order beginning at 6:00 AM tomorrow (9/4/19).
Happy Memorial Day 2019 to you from all of us at Outer Banks Blue! It has been a fabulous weekend so far with sunny skies and very warm temperatures on the beach. Lots of people are here, and we hope all of them are taking time to remember the reason for Memorial Day.
Today marks a date that many local sailors and thrill seekers didn’t think they would see again. “2019 Worrell 1000 Reunion Race” catamaran sailboat race started this morning in Hollywood Beach, Florida after a 17 year absence. The race is named as it is because of the approximate 1000 mile course it travels.