RIVER ALERTS: Final Flood Warnings Canceled

The flood warning for the Contentnea Creek near Hookerton has been canceled. Flood stage for the Contentnea Creek near Hookerton is 13.0 feet. At 10:00 am Saturday, the stage was at 12.1 feet and slowly falling. The river is forecast to fall below flood stage this afternoon. At 14.0 feet water may begin to reach some secondary roads in Lenoir county.

The flood warning for the Neuse River near Kinston has been canceled. Flood stage for the Neuse River at Kinston is 14.0 feet. At 10:00 am Sunday, the river was at 13.06 feet and slowly falling. It crested around 16.1 feet Thursday evening.

The flood warning on the Trent River at Pollocksville in Jones County and Swift Creek at Streets Ferry in Craven County have been canceled.


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  • by hello Location: windsor on Oct 6, 2010 at 03:49 PM
    Hey Steve would like you to know some of the houses in Windsor when they were built it was not in a flood plain. You need to know what the fact are before you speek. It could happen to you only the good Lord knows you should be thankful and be of assistance to the people in need.
  • by to meme Location: Ahoskie on Oct 5, 2010 at 12:56 PM
    To those of us typing on the computer, ahem, at a friend's home because I have NO heat and air at MY home. SOME of us have to DRY out our houses. How on earth do you tell an 86 year old woman to leave her PAID for house and take a loan to rebuild?
  • by Me Me on Oct 5, 2010 at 07:52 AM
    Amen Steve, no responsibility for their own actions
  • by Steve on Oct 4, 2010 at 01:46 PM
    Move into flood plain, flood comes, complain about flood...
  • by Bertie Location: Bertie on Oct 4, 2010 at 12:12 PM
    To MeMe. i have you know that I have been one of those asking about or making comments about Windsor. I have been out helping. I help those that where moved from Windsor House Friday night, my husband is a Voulnteer Fireman he has been helping and we helped yesterday till 8pm. So what do you have to say to that. If it was Rocky Mount you would be saying that same thing. By the way Raleigh was the first tv channel to get there to report not a local channel. I know I was there.
  • by Me Me Location: Rocky Mount on Oct 4, 2010 at 07:41 AM
    Look, if you folks in Windsor are so flooded, why are you typing on your computer? Why aren't you out doing something to help your fellow man? Quit worrying about the TV station coverage and go out and do something.
  • by TV Watcher on Oct 1, 2010 at 02:02 PM
    I saw coverage of Windsor before today.
  • by to Clifton Location: Windsor on Oct 1, 2010 at 12:56 PM
    Do Pardon~~we had NO coverage UNTIL today
  • by common sense Location: eastern NC on Oct 1, 2010 at 11:46 AM
    For all the people complaining that the TV stations aren't reporting on their town or street flooding and how bad it might or will get... you know it is and has been raining it's ass off for almost 5 days and that flooding may occur! How bout take some responsibility for yourself and those right around you and do something about it instead of complain about who hasn't reported it! Some things are out of our control but you can do more yourself to prepare your home and property in case such a rain and flooding event occurs.
  • by Clifton Location: Washington on Oct 1, 2010 at 11:05 AM
    All this talk about Windsor and the Cashie river not being mentioned is crazy. I have been watching WNCT-TV and they have mentioned BOTH MANY times.
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