delays were reported on N.C. Highway 12 on Saturday afternoon as
another round of heavy rains deepened standing water at multiple
traffic to the tri-villages was reportedly backed up almost all the way
to the Captain Richard Etheredge Bridge on Pea Island several times
during the afternoon, as vehicles maneuvered through high waters in
Salvo, Waves, and Rodanthe. Central Avon also had deep standing water
from the Avon Pier to the Food Lion Shopping Plaza, and standing water
was reported in Hatteras village as well.
are advised to drive slow, and use caution. The National Weather
Service Newport / Morehead City reports that the development of showers
and thunderstorms will continue this afternoon, and additional heavy
downpours and gusty winds are possible with these storms.
For more information, visit www.weather.gov/mhx for weather forecast information, or the National Weather Service office in Newport / Morehead City’s Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/NWSMoreheadCity/.
Highway 12 Remains Open, But Standing Water Reported in Multiple Spots
Flash Flood Watch Remains in Effect Through Wednesday
Flash Flood Warning Issued for Hatteras Island
Total Rainfall Now up to 6 Inches Through Wednesday
Flash Flooding Potential Could Mean Dangerous Travel Conditions
Up to 4 Inches of Rain Forecast Through Thursday