Hurricane Dorian 4
September 5, 2019
This is an important message from the Landfall Council of Associations with regard to Hurricane Dorian. This storm is producing some very dangerous tornadoes in the local and surrounding areas. These tornadoes are appearing suddenly, and as many of you may know, sound like a freight train approaching. Should you hear this sound, get to a small interior room on the lowest level.
At this time, we are only aware of some small limbs that have fallen within Landfall.
The National Weather Service is anticipating six to twelve inches of rain through early Friday. High tides are expected today at 3:46PM and tomorrow morning at 3:58AM. During periods of high tides and significant rainfall, Landfall drains slowly as many of our stormwater drainage systems drain to the Intracoastal Waterway and Howe’s Creek. If the water is elevated in those sources, from storm surge and rainfall, then our stormwater will not drain efficiently.
Please stay vigilant, shelter in place, and stay off of the roads for the duration of this storm for your safety. Also, continue to monitor radio and television broadcasts for up to date information on the storm.