RALEIGH, N.C. (WAVY) – State transportation officials are warning motorists traveling on N.C. 12 along as the Outer Banks due to dangerous winds and heavy rain from the storm.
In tweet sent out late Saturday morning, NCDOT officials are telling drivers to be “extremely careful” if they must drive along the coast of North Carolina.
Crews are reportedly clearing sand on NC 12, however, officials say heavy rain and wind from the storm could prompt roads in the Outer banks to close later in the weekend.
Around Saturday noon, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel reportedly operated with Level 2 wind restrictions with winds in excess of 47 mph.
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