Preparing for Hurricane Irma in Southeastern North Carolina has begun.
A tropical storm watch is in effect for parts of North and South Carolina.
A few roadways may become impassable due to flooding or debris.
Living on the coast can be dangerous at times especially during Hurricane Season. Now that the season is officially underway the St. James community is doing its best to keep people informed and prepared.
Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey wants to remind all North Carolinians to be prepared for the 2017 hurricane season, which begins June 1 and ends Nov. 30.
Hurricane Matthew roared through southeastern North Carolina last fall and then left behind historic flooding in its wake.
Forecasters at NOAA's Climate Prediction Center say the Atlantic could see another above-normal hurricane season.
The Town of Wrightsville Beach will soon be looking for volunteers to help out during hurricane season.
The Town of Carolina Beach is looking for people to help out in the event of a hurricane hitting close to home this year.
Experts were on-site teaching basic CPR training and giving tours through the Red Cross Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV).