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Tropical Depression Nicole: Morning Update (11/11/22)

Posted on Friday, November 11, 2022 at 9:26 am

From Chris Newkirk/Beaufort County EMS:

This morning’s update from the National Weather Service included a tornado watch for Beaufort County and made minor changes to the predicted impacts for our area. These changes have been highlighted below.


  • The chance of rain will continue until 4 a.m. Saturday, with most areas expecting another ¼ to ½ inch of rain as the bands continue to move across eastern North Carolina.
  • The highest chance of rain is currently forecast between 10:00 and 15:00 today, with the heaviest showers expected between noon and 2:00 p.m.


  • Sustained winds of 10 to 15 mph are expected until 4 a.m. Saturday morning, with frequent gusts of 25 to 35 mph during that time.
    • Our high winds are forecast to be between 1pm today and 2am on Saturday.
  • These winds will pass as follows:
    • South wind on Friday from 8 am to 7 pm.
    • South wind from 7 PM Friday to 4 AM Saturday.
    • South wind from 4 AM Saturday to 2 AM Sunday.
    • West/NW wind after 2am on Sunday.

These transitional winds will result in brief periods of water flowing in and out of sensitive waterways throughout our county.

Severe thunderstorms / tornadoes

  • A chance of severe to severe thunderstorms and isolated tornadoes until 7:00 PM today.
    • Beaufort County is under a tornado watch until 3 p.m.

See below and the attached National Weather Service briefing for more information.

We encourage everyone to make sure you, your family, friends and neighbors have access to weather alerts and/or warnings. (Notifications about alerts on mobile phones and other smart devices, weather radios, etc.)

From the National Weather Service, Newport/Morehead City, NC:

**Tornado Watch in effect for all of Eastern North Carolina until 3:00 PM**

Nicole further weakened to a tropical depression as the center of circulation moves northeast across Georgia. However, effects from the residual storm are still expected. The main threat will be the possibility of several tornadoes today, and Worth Tornado valid for all of Eastern North Carolina until 3pm today. Showers and thunderstorms may break up during the late afternoon and early evening, but more showers and thunderstorms are possible later this evening before things move away from the coast late tonight. Activity is not expected to be heavy this evening, although gusty winds and heavy downpours are still possible at times.

As southerly winds increase later today and peak this evening, minor water level increases are possible on the Hatteras Island Sound north of Buxton to Duck, as well as in mainland Dare County. A coastal flood warning remains in effect for these locations from tonight until Saturday afternoon.

Please see the attached 2-page briefing for details on the tornado and the threat of coastal flooding.

NWS Morehead City Coastal Flooding & Tornado 2 Slider 11-11-22 7am

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