Hurricane force wind gusts for a few locations last night

Last night’s storm brought wind gusts from 40 to 70 mph across Eastern NC.

Here’s some of last night’s peak winds gusts:

Beaufort County...

Washington 48 MPH

Aurora 42 MPH

Bath 41 MPH

Carteret County...

Beaufort 69 MPH

Cape Lookout 62 MPH

Fort Macon 61 MPH

Atlantic Beach 44 MPH

Morehead City 40 MPH

Craven County...

New Bern 77 MPH

Cherry Point 63 MPH

Havelock 41 MPH

Dare County...

Avon 62 MPH

Rodanthe 59 MPH

Frisco 56 MPH

Nags Head 55 MPH

Buxton 50 MPH

Manteo 47 MPH

Kill Devil Hills 44 MPH

Duplin County...

Wallace 52 MPH

Kenansville 50 MPH

Hyde County...

Engelhard 43 MPH

Lenoir County...

Kinston 46 MPH

Martin County...

Williamston 46 MPH

Onslow County...

Jacksonville 78 MPH

Richlands 51 MPH

Pamlico County...

Oriental 50 MPH

Pitt County...

Greenville 54 MPH

Farmville 46 MPH

Washington County...

Creswell 2.6 SSW 49 MPH

Roper 46 MPH

Maritime Stations...

Atlantic Channel 102 MPH

Jennettes Pier 101 MPH

We will have another round of potentially severe weather late Friday into Friday night, so to keep you and your family safe and up to date on conditions, we’ve also designated late Friday/Friday night a First Alert Weather Day. It is still too early to nail down specifics for Friday but plan on it being a more evening-overnight-focused storm system.

Stay tuned to WITN and the WITN First Alert Weather App for the latest information.

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