NCDA Updates on Hurricane Matthew (10/13/16)

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[Update provided by NCDA&CS]

There are a large number of updates to share with you this morning. Please forward and share this with your colleagues.

  • 2016 LP Gas Enforcement – Exercise of enforcement of discretion allowing LP-Gas supplier making deliveries to a tank owned by another LP-Gas company or a customer owned tank that may have a contract with another LP-Gas company. Read the full details here.
  • NCEM Flood Gage Information – Updated information regarding when rivers are expected to crest. Some of this is now extending out until Saturday. Read the full details here.
  • Hurricane Matthew Impacts At a Glance – One slide update on hurricane response activities in the state. View the slide here.
  • Hazardous Weather Update – Most recent forecasts with summary of flooding. Read the full details here.
  • Industry Need Request Forms – To help assist producers in obtaining supplies, the department has created these request forms and a release form to help assist producers with their need requests. This request process will help expedite obtaining needs through the Department.
  • The State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) has released a summary of what roads are opened and closed. This has replaced the detailed spreadsheet they were using. View the road openings/closings map here.