Emergency management officials are keeping a close watch on the storm.
WITN is checking in with emergency management in Eastern Carolina and will update information in this story as needed.
Roads have standing water. Minor accidents reported.
Water levels of 4 or 5 feet or more above normal can be expected through Friday along Downeast Carteret County. Some roads are impassable as of Thursday morning. Several large tree limbs are down on Bahia Lane in Cape Carteret.
Water levels of 3 or 4 feet above normal can be expected in portions of Craven County through Friday. Standing water on area roadways. Havelock experiencing flooding.
Emergency officials are concerned that 14 to 16-foot surf over a period of four or five high tides could threaten infrastructure along the beach front.
No major concerns reported.
Significant flooding along coastal sections from Hatteras North is possible. Motorists should be alert for significant water on roadways and localized flooding in low areas. Roads are closed.
There was some flooding reported in Lenoir County.
Numerous roads are impacted, near Jacksonville and Swansboro. Reports of flooding to car windows in Piney Green.
Water levels of 3 or 4 feet above normal can be expected in portions of Pamlico County into Friday.
Some standing water on area roadways. Officials remind you not to drive through flooded roadways. Minor flooding is possible in low-lying areas. No major problems reported.