Hurricane Isaias NOAA satellite imageDare County Emergency Management on Friday morning officials are closely monitoring Hurricane Isaias and is advising visitors and residents to start executing their hurricane preparedness plans.Local officials may discuss on Saturday afternoon to ascertain whether preventative measures are essential to guarantee public security. Depending on the current prediction, traffic scheduled to go to the Outer Banks this weekend have been advised to carefully watch updated information in the National Weather Service Center and think about delaying coming until after the storm has passed.“Dare County is likely to experience impacts from the storm as early as Sunday evening, August 2,” stated Dare County Emergency Management Director Drew Pearson. “Now is the time to assemble or restock your disaster supply kit with essentials to sustain your family and your pets for three to five days. Have your evacuation plan ready to execute.”If an evacuation arrangement become mandatory, it is going to be important to permit additional time . In light of COVID-19 and also social distancing measures in place, say sheltering options will likely be restricted. As always, you’re better off finding shelter with friends or family outside the anticipated risk zone or remain at a lodging of your choice.Over the upcoming few times, rough seas and strong rip currents will produce dangerous conditions such as beachgoers which will persist through the week. The most seasoned swimmers must exercise caution to make sure their personal security. For local shore conditions, see www.weather.gov/beach/mhx.To access updated info in Dare County, see www.darenc.com/isaias.For preparedness info, see www.readync.org.Monitor neighborhood weather reports at www.weather.gov/mhx, register to get alerts directly from Emergency Management in www.darenc.com/alerts and follow @DareCountyEM on Twitter.Dare County Emergency Management will continue to monitor the storm and supply updates as necessary. The next upgrade will be issued no later than Saturday, August 1 in 12:00 p.m.