The National Weather Service out of Morehead City has issued coastal flood warnings and advisories for portions of the Eastern North Carolina coastline as Hurricane Lee moves up the Atlantic, though the eye is well offshore.

Impacts from long-period swell from Hurricane Lee will continue with effects already being felt. The magnitude of impacts will steadily increase and will peak Thursday through Saturday. 

See the graphics below for location-specific information.

Additionally, please continue to monitor official sources of information such as the NWS local tropical page and the National Hurricane Center.

The NWS also has a hurricane preparedness page

Previous articleLong ferry routes go to off-season schedules tuesday
Next articleMystery shell on Ocracoke beach

Leave a Reply