Remnants of Sally, Impacts of Hurricane Teddy to Cause Challenging Travel Conditions this Weekend

Post Date:09/18/2020 10:35 AM Portions of the Outer Banks—particularly Hatteras Island—will experience coastal flooding, high winds, storm surge, beach erosion and strong rip currents as the remnants of Sally pass over the area and the impacts from distant Hurricane Teddy are felt throughout the weekend. The National Weather Service at Newport/Morehead City reports that high […]

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Dare County and National Weather Service to Host Virtual Hurricane Preparedness Forum

Dare County Emergency Management Director Drew Pearson will be joined by Erik Heden, the NWS local Warning Coordination Meteorologist, for a virtual Hurricane Preparedness Forum on Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. The forum will discuss important information on personal preparedness actions and updates on weather service forecast products. Topics will include adapting preparedness […]

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Dare County Prepares for Winter Weather

As of February 20, mainland Dare County in under a Winter Storm Warning while the northern beaches, including Duck, are under a Winter Weather Advisory. Wind and High Surf Advisories have also been issued. North winds 30 to 40 mph with gusts up to 50 mph are expected. Forecast now shows greater snow accumulation possible with […]

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Dare County Emergency Management Transitions to Online Reentry Permits

To improve reentry permit service delivery, Dare County Emergency Management has established an online reentry permit process. While no changes have been made to reentry priorities, all permits can now be obtained at DareNC.com/reentry. Permits from previous years will no longer be accepted. While moving the process online allows permits to be obtained at any […]

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