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Hurricane Community Forums

Welcome To Our Third YEAR!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What: Join us for these free, open to all, public discussions about hurricane preparedness.  You will have the chance to hear a presentation from a meteorologist from the National Weather Service on hurricanes and their impacts on Eastern North Carolina.  We will go over why you should never just focus on just the category of the storm, what the hurricane path track means and the various impacts tropical cyclones can bring.  We will also cover the hurricane outlook for the year while emphasizing that it only takes one storm to make an impact on your life!  At the end you will be able to ask questions you may have.  

 

Where: From the comfort of your own home or in person!  These will be a hybrid (virtual or in person) or all virtual this year.  You must have internet access to join virtually.  This will allow you to view and hear the presentation.  You can ask questions through the webinar itself or if you have a mic (most mobile devices do), you can raise your hand and ask verbally.   

 

Date Time Location
Tuesday May 11th

630 PM -

730 PM

Video Recording

PDF Copy Of The Presentation

PDF Hurricane Planning and Preparation

Support From Carteret County Emergency Services

Wednesday May 12th

700 PM

Facebook Live (note you do not have to be on Facebook to view the Live Discussion, just use the link). 

Monday June 21st 7 PM

 

Video Recording

PDF Hurricane Planning and Preparation

PDF Copy Of The Presentation

Support from Dare County Emergency Management

Tuesday June 22nd 10 AM

Video Recording

PDF Copy Of The Presentation

Support from Town of Pine Knoll Shores

 

Tuesday June 22nd 230 PM

Video Recording

PDF Copy Of The Presentation

Support from Washington County Emergency Management

 

Thursday June 24th 7 PM

Video Recording

PDF Copy Of The Presentation

Support from Onslow County Emergency Management

Wednesday September 8th 630 PM

Video Recording

 

 

 

More Will Be Added In Later July Through October TBD All across Eastern North Carolina