In North Carolina, the evacuation because of Mary

In North Carolina, the evacuation because of Mary

Hurricane Maria, which is already weakened to the 1st category, but still deadly, is coming to North Carolina.
The Islands of the Outer Banks began to evacuate, reports the Associated Press.

The Sheriff’s office Hyde County , said that the evacuation has started today, September 25, from 5 o’clock in the morning on the island of Ocracoke. Warning operate from Cape Lookout to Nags Head. It is not known exactly how many people plan to leave the island.

In North Carolina, the evacuation because of Mary

According to weather forecasts, in the night from Tuesday to Wednesday, Maria will come close to Cape Hatteras. Gusts of wind can reach 40 to 60 mph, the Islands and coastal areas are threatened by rainfall up to 4 inches, flooding and high waves. A little flood can Southeast Virginia.

All emergency services of North Carolina is given in full combat readiness. The inhabitants of the Islands of the Outer Banks are strongly advised to evacuate as soon as possible, as early as tomorrow due to strong winds may be cancelled ferry service.

Hyde County authorities remind locals and tourists that the strength of the hurricane is felt in a radius of up to 230 miles from the storm center, so it is better not to ignore warnings. In addition, residents should ensure that they have enough food for 72 hours after a storm.

According to experts, the greatest risk from Maria exposed Richlands and North Topsail Beach.

After devastating #puertorico #hurricanemaria is just off the Carolina coast this morning with tropical storm warnings now. Watch @AMHQ

— kelly cass (@kellycass) September 25, 2017