The surfers will be happy. I hope there’s not a lot of flooding when the ocean pushes water up into the tributaries.
Surfers should beware, due to the risk of dangerous rip currents. I hope there won't be too much flooding...The surfers will be happy. I hope there’s not a lot of flooding when the ocean pushes water up into the tributaries.
Stay safe friends and evacuate sooner, rather than later!
In Wilmington, NC there has been bands of rain and very blustering winds for three hours now.
Remember the flag
I think it was a minimal Category 1 hurricane at landfall imo, maybe the NHC will upgrade it during post-analysisThe National Weather Service reports heavy rain, floodng, and coastal surges in eastern North Carolina. Channel 9′s Severe Weather Center Meteorologist Madi Baggett reports on and off showers around Charlotte with breezes around 10-15 mph.www.wsoctv.com
Tropical Storm Ophelia made landfall near Emerald Isle around 6:20 a.m. on Saturday, the National Hurricane Center reports.
Ophelia landed with maximum winds of 70 mph.
Ophelia is expected to move inland and then across portions of southeastern Virginia and Delmarva tonight into Sunday. Tropical storm warnings remain in effect for much of lower Delmarva.
Ophelia made landfall Saturday morning along the coast of North Carolina. It will bring heavy rain from the Carolinas to New England. - Videos from The Weather Channel | weather.comweather.com