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Hurricane Arthur exits Outer Banks near Nags Head and is moving away from the area. Arthur remains a Category Two storm with winds of 100 mph. At 7:00 AM, the center of Arthur was located approximately 65 miles ENE of Kitty Hawk.
Entry to the northern portions of Dare County is no longer restricted. This allows access to the Towns and unincorporated areas north of Oregon Inlet. While general access to these areas is now permitted, you may encounter particular roads where local officials need to restrict access because of potential hazards. Access to Hatteras Island will remain closed until further notice. This affects access from northern Dare County to the Villages of Hatteras Island including Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo, Avon, Buxton, Frisco, and Hatteras.
Watches And Warnings
A Hurricane Warning is in effect for the Dare County Outer Banks and the Currituck County Outer Banks, including Corolla, Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head.
There is no evacuation order for Currituck County (Corolla)
There is no evacuation order for Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills or Nags Head.
Read the latest Emergency Information from Dare County [More Details…]
Ferry service between Hatteras and Ocracoke suspended until further notice. [More Details…]
Storm Reports and Other Information
As Hurricane Arthur exits the area, sustained hurricane-force winds will continue early this morning. Maximum winds are forecast to be in the 70 to 90-MPH range with gusts to 110-MPH.
There remains a threat for combined storm surge and astronomical tide waters up to 6-feet above mean sea level within areas closer to the coast.
There is a threat of soundside flooding as Hurricane Arthur continues to exit the area.
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Governor Pat McCrory has declared a State of Emergency for coastal North Carolina [More Details…]
For our Current Guests
If you experience any power outages, please know that the power company in this area is very responsive and will get it restored as quickly as possible. You sill may experience possible wind-driven rain under sliders or other leaks and perhaps a few shingles off of the roof. Please report anything unusual to us.
Carolina Designs will staff the office at 9:00 this morning and we plan to close at 3 pm this afternoon for the holiday. You may email us at [email protected] or call us if we can be of service.
For our Incoming Guests
At this time we are not expecting significant impact to rentals beginning the weekend of July 4-6, 2014. Please understand that we are experiencing high call volume and our phone lines are very busy at this time as we handle current guest post-storm concerns. We will be performing post-storm assessments where needed and you will be contacted should we discover significant issues with your rental home.
For our Property Owners
We will be performing post-storm assessments where needed, beginning this morning. You will be contacted should we discover significant issues with your rental home.
Carolina Designs will staff the office at 9:00 this morning and we plan to close at 3:00 this afternoon for the holiday. You may email us at [email protected] or call us if we can be of service.
For the latest official information on Arthur, please use the following:
Dare County | Currituck County
National Weather Service Arthur Statement for region covering Dare County
National Weather Service Arthur Statement for region covering Currituck County
National Hurricane Center’s Arthur Page
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