Emergency officials warn NC residents of heavy rain, winds ahead of Michael

Emergency officials warn NC residents of heavy rain, winds ahead of Michael

Governor Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency on Wednesday ahead of now Tropical Storm Michael.

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In Hope Mills, the dam is holding, for now

Cumberland County leaders have declared a state of emergency and opened an Emergency Operations Center Thursday morning to track the advent of Tropical Storm Michael in North Carolina.
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Elm City family knows tornado threat follows hurricane

Wilson County was among the counties hard hit by Hurricane Florence just a few weeks ago. There, in Elm City, the Pittman family is living in their garage, waiting for repairs to a home damaged by a tornado that followed that storm.
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Wayne County hopes planning keeps additional floods at bay

Wayne County is among those still cleaning up from the effects of Hurricane Florence. In Goldsboro, Mayor Chuck Allen said the current track of Tropical Storm Michael gives him hope that additional flooding will be held in check.
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Michael's winds, rain closing in on the Triangle

Michael, now downgraded to a Tropical Storm is poised to move into North Carolina and the Triangle later this morning, bringing gusty winds of up to 60 miles per hour and could drop 2-5 inches of rain in the area.
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