The latest update from the National Hurricane Center placed Isaias east of Richmond, Virginia. ABC11 meteorologist Don “Big Weather” Schwenneker said the storm had probably arrived in Virginia before 6 a.m., which means that it was in North Carolina just under 7 hours.
The National Hurricane Center update at 8 a.m. said Isaias was moving at 33 mph. it was moving at 24 miles an hour when it landed Monday night. The storm in Philadelphia will be at the top on Tuesday at 2 p.m.
The rain from Isaias has stopped falling across North Carolina.
Isaiah brought dangerous wind, heavy rain and storm surges to various areas from the coast to central North Carolina. The city of Oak Island, which is near the landing of Isaias, has been significantly damaged by city officials, according to a social media post.
Oak Island was severely damaged on the beach during Hurricane Isaias. The employees have worked on responding to emergency calls and are examining the damage. The Damage Assessment Team will also fail this morning. (1of 2)
– City of Oak Island (@OakIsland_Town) August 4, 2020
According to Governor Roy Cooper, the storm has spawned several tornadoes. At least one person died from these tornadoes in Bertie County.
The heaviest rain recorded so far was about 5 inches in the Wilmington area. Isaias dropped between 1 and 3 inches across central and eastern North Carolina.
The rest of Tuesday looks beautiful, with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-1980s.
For the rest of the week, temperatures remain in the upper 80s and there is a chance of occasional storms as the same weather pattern that has driven Isaias out of our region continues to cause atmospheric disturbances in North Carolina that can develop into pop-ups Storms.
Around 2:30 p.m. there was a tornado warning for Northampton County, which has now expired. The only remaining clocks and warnings concern floods. Click here for the latest weather information.
Several houses on the ocean island caught fire shortly after hurricane Isaias landed.
WATCH: The Mayor of Ocean Isle discusses the landing of Isaias with ABC11
As of 4 a.m., there were over 290,000 people in North Carolina without electricity. Click here for the latest information on power outages.
PHOTOS: Hurricane Isaias brings wind and rain to the Carolinas
MORE COVERAGE FROM THE COAST AND TRIANGLE
Keep up to date with the latest storm information by downloading the ABC11 app
What you should know about power generators before a power failure
Hurricane hacks: food in the washing machine and more
How to prepare for a hurricane
How to keep food safe during a power cut
Drinking water security: what you should know when a hurricane occurs
Hurricane Season 2020: This year’s list of storm names
What happens to your home in hurricane winds?
Emergency equipment for the hurricane season
Hurricane categories: learn what the numbers mean
Copyright © 2020 WTVD-TV. All rights reserved.