A powerful coastal storm is bringing rain, as well as high winds and surf, to Nags Head from Saturday through Monday, November 6-8, 2021.
We will likely see ocean overwash on sections of South Virginia Dare Trail and South Old Oregon Inlet Road. Do not drive through the flooded areas; there could be debris in the water. Should you wish to park your vehicle on higher ground, feel free to park at Town Park at 415 W. Health Center Dr. (turn west at Ace Hardware).
We are expecting high winds all weekend, with the worst of the winds forecasted to hit our area on Sunday, November 7, 2021 and into Monday, November 8, 2021. Please secure all outside furniture, sanitation carts, and any other unsecured items.
Due to the expected high winds, ALL residential sanitation collection will occur on Tuesday and Friday next week. Please DO NOT roll ANY carts to the street until Monday evening.
If you are in the Sector Two bulk item/brush collection area, please do not place your items for collection by the road until Monday night.
Due to forecasted storm conditions, Nags Head's beach will close to driving beginning Saturday, November 6, 2021. Right now, we anticipate the closure to last through the weekend and possibly into early next week.
Motorists should proceed with extreme caution this weekend and check road conditions before traveling, especially during periods of high tide.
The local National Weather Service office is not forecasting soundside flooding for Nags Head at this time. Please monitor their forecasts all weekend long in case of a change.