The Boys At The Beach
Thanks goes out this week to Kathleen McLee of Yorktown Heights, New York who stayed with Outer Banks Blue the week of Labor Day.
We are so glad to see that Kathleen and her family had a great time at the beach, because Hurricane Hermine definitely affected her stay. The house Kathleen and her family originally reserved with us was one of about 150 of our properties that suffered some sort of damage from the storm on the weekend on September 4th. It was a wild weekend then as we had surprise winds in excess of 100 MPH in some places around the Outer Banks, and in this particular situation some windows were actually blown out of the property she was expected to occupy.
Wind has arrived (5:00 AM 9/3/16)
Tropical Storm Hermine’s full effects are being felt along the Outer Banks early this morning with heavy winds, lots of rain, and road flooding being experienced at this time.
Wind and Rain headed our way! (9/2/16 2 PM)
A Tropical Storm Warning, and a Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for Dare and Currituck Counties in anticipation of Hermine arriving in our area overnight.
Hermine limping our way.
As of 9:00 AM on Friday morning (9/2/16) it appears that Tropical Storm (downgraded from a Hurricane earlier this morning) Hermine is going to affect weather on the Outer Banks this weekend.