NEWPORT — Carteret County will see an increased chance of rain Wednesday evening through Friday night, and may see flash flooding, according to local forecasters.
Reporter's note: This article was updated at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, 2020, to add the latest information and adjust the headline.
NEWPORT — Carteret County residents and visitors may see a light winter mix or snow late Wednesday, according to local meteorologists.
WILMINGTON/GREENVILLE — There’s still time for coastal residents in Carteret County and beyond to take part in a survey on their experiences with Hurricane Dorian in 2019.
NEWPORT — Local forecasters are calling for minor coastal flooding late Friday into early Saturday, with a light dusting of snowy mix also possible.
MOREHEAD CITY — A federally funded project to restore seven homes that were severely damaged by Hurricane Florence more than two years ago is finally moving forward, with officials hopeful that construction could begin within a few months.
NEWPORT — The weather outside is looking frightful Thursday and Friday, Christmas Eve through Christmas Day, according to local meteorologists.
NEWPORT — Carteret County visitors and residents should take care this Christmas Eve and Christmas morning due to a slight risk of severe thunderstorms and coastal flooding.
NEWPORT — Coastal residents may not see harsh winter weather often, but local meteorologists still advise being ready in case freezing temperatures, ice or even snow comes to Carteret County.
RALEIGH — The N.C. Office of Recovery and Resiliency is seeking public comment on proposed amendments to three action plans for spending U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funds in areas of the state affected by hurricanes Matthew and Florence.
EMERALD ISLE — The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season was the busiest ever, with 30 named storms, but only one, Hurricane Isaias, on Aug. 3, had any significant impact on Carteret County.
NEWPORT — Strong winds may be coming late Friday through Saturday afternoon to the Carteret County area.
NEWPORT — Local meteorologists report that after a heavy rain event, most of Carteret County was left unharmed.
NEWPORT — Local weather forecasters have issued a flash flood watch for Wednesday night through Friday morning in Carteret County.
NEWPORT — Local meteorologists are forecasting up to 4 inches of rain in Carteret County this week.
OCEAN — In the coming months there will be opportunities to share feedback on proposed projects at Croatan National Forest to repair damage caused during Hurricane Florence and increase resiliency to future storms.
NEWPORT — Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative has dispatched crews to help EnergyUnited restore power that was lost when the remnants of Hurricane Zeta blew through the state Thursday.
CARTERET COUNTY — The Federal Emergency Management Agency is considering awarding Carteret County a hazard mitigation grant to elevate nearly 140 properties located in flood-prone areas.
NEWPORT — Carteret County residents and visitors may experience strong winds and other effects from the remnants of Tropical Storm Zeta late Thursday.
CARTERET COUNTY — The N.C. Office of Recovery and Resiliency awarded Carteret County a $1 million grant in response to the budgetary impact of recent major storms.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Wednesday federal disaster assistance has been made available to North Carolina, including Carteret County, to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by Hurricane Isaias from July 31 to Aug. 4.
CAPE CARTERET — One western town is now a National Weather Service StormReady community, officials announced.
RALEIGH — Several Carteret County municipalities were among more than 40 local governments in North Carolina to receive grants and zero-interest loans through the N.C. Office of Recovery and Resiliency.
BEAUFORT — The Beaufort Firemen’s Association, a nonprofit, is coordinating a hurricane relief effort for Louisiana, according to a press release from the town of Beaufort.
MOREHEAD CITY — It’s been a little more than two years since Hurricane Florence devastated Carteret County with severe flooding and wind damage, but the scars still remain for more than 400 homeowners awaiting repairs.