The latest update from the National Weather Service in Wilmington predicts that Tropical Storm Elsa is expected to move north near the west coast of Florida over the next day or so. It is expected to weaken as it reaches the Carolinas later Wednesday into Thursday.
Heavy rainfall, flooding, isolated tornadoes, and dangerous rip currents may impact our area as early as Wednesday night through Thursday evening.
As the track and severity of Tropical Storm Elsa may change, please follow the advice of your local officials, monitor your local news, and make sure you are prepared.
- Latest Forecasts: Here’s the latest from the National Weather Service in Wilmington and the National Hurricane Center on Tropical Storm Elsa and the impacts we can expect in North Carolina.
- Travel Information: For real-time information on events affecting travel across the state, please monitor the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s DriveNC.gov.
- Stay Informed: Please make sure you are also staying up to date with N.C. Emergency Management by monitoring their website and Twitter page.
Below you will find county-by-county emergency management contact information for those counties in the 7th Congressional District:
- New Hanover County Emergency Management; 910-798-6900
- Brunswick County Emergency Management; 910-253-5383
- Pender County Emergency Management; 910-259-1210
- Columbus County Emergency Services; 910-640 6610
- Bladen County Emergency Management; 910 862-6761
- Johnston County Emergency Services; 919-989-5050
- Sampson County Emergency Services; 910-592-8996
- Harnett County Emergency Services; 910-893-7563