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Resources for Hurricane Florence

With hazardous weather approaching the southeastern US, Sea Grant programs throughout the region are providing contacts and resources to help their local communities stay safe.


Hurricane Preparedness Tips:
Twitter: @FEMA
Twitter: @femaregion4 (: AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC, TN)
Twitter: @femaregion3 (DC, DE, MD, PA, VA, & WV)

National Weather Service
National Hurricane Center Atlantic Ops. web:
National Hurricane Center Atlantic Ops. Twitter: @NHC_Atlantic
Twitter: @NWS

Regional NWS Offices
Twitter: @NWSMoreheadCity (NWS Newport/Morehead)
Twitter: @NWSRaleigh (Raleigh)
Twitter: @NWSWakefieldVA (Wakefield, VA)
Twitter: @NWSWilmingtonNC (Wilmington)
Twitter: @NWSCharlestonSC (Charleston, SC)
Twitter: @NWSColumbia


Twitter: @GeorgiaSeaGrant
Facebook: @GACoast.UGA
Reducing Your Hurricane Risk (Accessible video)

North Carolina

Twitter: @SeaGrantNC
Facebook: @NCSeaGrant

Neighborhood Disaster Recovery: Count Your Assets – Lessons from NC Sea Grant about how you can help your community by coordinating resources and organizing to help one another.

N.C. Emergency Management
Free mobile app: ReadyNC app 
Twitter: @NCEmergency

N.C. Department of Transportation
NC Hurricane Evacuation Routes (pdf)
Traveler Information Management System
Twitter: @NCDOT

South Carolina

Twitter: @SCSeaGrant
Facebook: @SCSeaGrant

South Carolina Emergency Management Division
Twitter: @SCEMD


Twitter: @vaseagrant
Facebook: @VirginiaSeaGrant

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