Hurricane Matthew Updates From NCDA&CS (10/18/16)

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This newsletter contains the daily situation reports from the State Emergency Operation Center for the Hurricane Matthew response. Please share this newsletter with other producers affected by the storm. To subscribe directly to this newsletter, please send an email to JoeWeb@ncagr.gov.

Updates

Call the NCDA&CS Agriculture Weather Emergency Hotline at 866-645-9403

Call 866-645-9403


Hurricane Recovery

As floodwaters begins to recede, the refocus from response to recovery will become more pertinent. View this PDF to learn more about continuing efforts in recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.

NCDA&CS Request Forms

Feed/water and compost request forms are available through the NCDA&CS for resources due to the recent disaster. Complete the forms below and email to MHTD.webmaster@ncagr.gov.

Flooding Updates

Flooding along the Lumber, Cape Fear, Neuse, and Tar rivers have crested, except for short reaches as the rivers approach the coast. View a complete breakdown of flood recess and rain gauge information.