Hurricane Warning,, Storm Surge Warning, State of Emergency, Mandatory Evacuation, Flash Flood Watch in Place for the Outer Banks.
On Thursday morning Hurricane Florence was still some 200 miles from the southeast coast of North Carolina, but effects of the storm were being felt all along the Outer Banks.
Hurricane Florence Update #3
9/12/18 9:00 AM
Hurricane Warning, State of Emergency, and Mandatory Evacuation in Effect
The Mandatory Evacuation order continues to be in effect for the Entire Outer Banks and now a Hurricane Warning is in effect for areas south of Duck. A Tropical Storm warning is in effect for areas north of Duck. This means the winds and effects of that level of a storm are likely to be in place within 48 hours.
Mandatory Evacuation Order In Place
As of 7:00 AM today a state of emergency and a mandatory evacuation are in effect for the entire Outer Banks. The Currituck County and Dare County Control groups have issued a directive to all visitors and residents to evacuate the Outer Banks effective 7:00 AM today in advance of the approach and landfall of Hurricane Florence. Hatteras Island visitors were requested to leave beginning at noon yesterday
Beach Vacation in Corolla times 2
We again have so many entries for our Memory Monday photo submission contest that we are bringing you two again this Monday.
Memory Monday Submission 12/3/12
This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Bob Evers of Horseheads, New York who stayed with Outer Banks Blue this past August in the property “Cara-Lina” in the Ocean Hill subdivision of Corolla. Bob shares this cute photo of his grandkids enjoying the hot tub. Smile or thumbs up (or both) if you are having a good time!
|Projected path of Hurricane Sandy|