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to all those that may be affected by the coming storm on the OBX, please stay safe. remember, things can be replaced, lives cannot. hope to see all of you again soon.

 

-Sean

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Big effing storm.  I hope you guys can get the hell out of there.  

 

Do NC,SC, Va. or Georgia have any kind of state or regional plan for lining up hotel space out of the immediate blast zone?  Other then for emergency workers and National Guard personnel?

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Latest as of 1 AM EDT today. Thick white line is consensus track of all early and late models. Numbers are hours out from 1 AM today.

 

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The white line bisects Okracoke Island.

 

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As was said, please stay safe and wishing everyone the best of luck!

Edited by Steve in Mass

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Up to 200 people decided to stay on Ocracoke Island, NC. There is no road to the island, ferry service has now stopped, emergency response has now stopped. They have decided to stay on an island that might go underwater. Don't be that person.

 

 

Scary thought.

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Landfall gonna be south of Hatteras... but still....Fingers crossed for those southern areas...Catetory 3 now but storm surge still gonna be bad..thoughts and prayers for those that are going to be impacted.  

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Down to a 2 today, but even though the winds have slacked off a bit, the surge and the rain is still going to be an issue and dangerous. They are predicting 30+" in some areas if it stalls like expected. :eek:

 

 

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2 hours ago, Steve in Mass said:

Down to a 2 today, but even though the winds have slacked off a bit, the surge and the rain is still going to be an issue and dangerous. They are predicting 30+" in some areas if it stalls like expected. :eek:

 

 

I expect that 72 hours from now, the entire island will look quite different :-/

 

I really hope everyone stays safe.

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