OUTER BANKS WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA? Happy Valentine’s Day Weather: Duck-Clear, 35 degrees Corolla-Clear, 37 degrees Graveyard of the Atlantic coughs up another victim off Corolla—The remains of a long-ago victim of the Graveyard of the Atlantic have been discovered on the beach off Corolla after this week’s rough surf. A pair of… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: February 2015
OUTER BANKS WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA? 2/10/15 Weather: Corolla- Drizzle, 39 degrees Duck-Drizzle, 40 degrees Wind Gust high-38 After a relatively warm couple of days, windy conditions and high surf are expected for mid-week, followed by another significant cold snap this weekend. Strong northerly winds will develop Tuesday as an area of low… Read more »
OUTER BANKS WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA 2/9/15 Weather: Duck-Clear, 52 degrees Corolla-Clear, 54 degrees Come be captivated by the Swingle Singers, a group of seven young and versatile voices who are an international a cappella phenomenon, in the fifth performance of the 32nd Outer Banks Forum for the Lively Arts Series. The group… Read more »
OUTER BANKS WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA? 2/8/15 Weather: Corolla- Clear, 50 degrees Duck-Clear, 47 degrees Ocracoke pony herd welcomes its newest addition–Hazelnut was born Feb. 4 at about 10 a.m. and is the 17th member of the Ocracoke Pony herd. Her mother is Sacajawea, a mare from Shackleford Banks who joined the Ocracoke… Read more »
But it’s warming up! Come enjoy the beach this weekend!
OUTER BANKS WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA? Weather: Corolla-Clear, 33 degrees Duck-Clear, 32 degrees CURRITUCK — Vacant office space in Lower Currituck is a lingering reminder of the economic recession. While growth in Moyock and the Outer Banks has started to pick up, the middle part of the county has lagged behind, Currituck County officials… Read more »
OUTER BANKS WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA? February 1, 2015 Weather: Duck-Overcast, 40 degrees Corolla-Overcast, 38 degrees Going on now! Consumer protection officials investigating OBX gas prices–Last week, the county Board of Commissioners approved a letter expressing concerns about gas prices that at times have been 60 cents higher than on the mainland. “We appreciate… Read more »