It’s Time to Stop Watching All the Drama on TV and Get Prepared.
Hurricane Irene is here and she doesn’t look like she’s changing her mind. The latest from NOAA is out (11am update) which has a little bit of relief. Instead of a “Major” hurricane status ripping through the Pamlico Sound, it’s been downgraded to a “Hurricane” status. Maximum sustained winds: 105, Moving at 14 mph. Evacuation traffic is moving smoothly heading North and West. Hampton Roads is under a mandatory evacuation for residents in low lying areas. Dare County is obviously under a mandatory evacuation for both visitors and residents. Know your limits, prepare for the worst and hang on tight cause’ it’s going to be a rough ride.
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