By Outer Banks Voice on July 31, 2020
July 31 at 7:51 a.m.: As Isaias has turned into a hurricane, the National Weather Service in Morehead City says “there is increasing confidence” that our region will see impacts from the storm.
These are some key points from a July 31 update at 6 a.m.
This morning’s update indicates that the first impacts on the Outer Banks will be rip currents, which could begin as early as this afternoon and continue through early next week. There is the potential for hurricane level winds starting late Sunday night and lasting through Tuesday morning.
In addition, there is the potential for heavy rain and flash flooding in our region from late Sunday night through Tuesday morning and the possibility of elevated threats from tornadoes from Sunday night through Monday.
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