Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Emergency Management are encouraging North Carolinians across eastern and central portions of the state to be prepared for tropical weather over the next couple of days. Gusty winds combined with saturated soils could result in downed trees and power outages, along with the possibility of flash flooding and coastal flooding.
Whether its storm surge along the coast caused by a tropical storm or riverine flooding in the mountains, across North Carolina, no one is immune to threats of flooding. Here are some tips on how to prepare.
Intended to help young women explore careers in emergency management and public safety, HERricane welcomed 26 participants ranging from ninth grade to early college to an action-packed week of career exploration, skill building and networking.
As part of Hurricane Preparedness Week, Governor Roy Cooper is urging North Carolinians to learn about and prepare for the dangers of severe tropical weather in preparation for the upcoming hurricane season. Hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30.
About: North Carolina Emergency Management (NCEM) along with Durham, Orange, and Wake County Emergency Management invites high school students from across NC to participate in the inaugural North Carolina HERricane Experience.
El gobernador Roy Cooper y autoridades estatales de manejo de emergencias, en anticipación a las potenciales condiciones invernales ocurriendo este fin de semana, recuerdan a la gente prestar atención a los reportes locales del pronóstico del tiempo.