Listen: North Carolina, Houston And Ann Cates discussed on Philip Teresi
"Of emergency. As a major winter storm bears down meteorologist less still says, most of North Carolina will feel the effects as a state transportation department gets ready, or at least taking it serious here starting to prepare in. It's one of those things where you're going to have the snow in the mountains. But then you get to the eastern part of the state, and you had out to the Outer Banks know Ocracoke and Hatteras they could be looking at almost tropical storm force winds and some minor over washed from the flooding there from the ocean. So it's going to be a really multifaceted storm here for us in North Carolina. The region could get up to eighteen inches of snow. Heavier rainfall meanwhile has caused street flooding and spilled over by us and south east, Texas, the Houston area upwards of six inches of rain that also caused creeks to overflow a homeless man was rescued today from high water in Houston. I'm Ann Cates.."