There is flooding on N.C. Highway 12 caused by Hurricane Jose. Major ocean overwash was reported in areas south of the Bonner Bridge to Hatteras. Travel on N.C. Highway12 is very hazardous and is temporarily closed just north of the Pea Island Visitors Center while the tide to subsides. The picture is from the Mirlo Beach area.
There is flooding on N.C. Highway 12 caused by Hurricane Jose. Major ocean overwash was reported in areas south of the Bonner Bridge to Hatteras. Travel on N.C. Highway12 is very hazardous and is temporarily closed just north of the Pea Island Visitors Center while the tide to subsides. The picture is from the Mirlo Beach area. NCDOT
There is flooding on N.C. Highway 12 caused by Hurricane Jose. Major ocean overwash was reported in areas south of the Bonner Bridge to Hatteras. Travel on N.C. Highway12 is very hazardous and is temporarily closed just north of the Pea Island Visitors Center while the tide to subsides. The picture is from the Mirlo Beach area. NCDOT

Rip currents from Hurricane Jose flood areas of OBX; parts of NC 12 closed

September 19, 2017 09:39 AM

UPDATED September 19, 2017 10:20 AM

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