Flooding in Northeastern North Carolina and Outer Banks

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NORTHEASTERN, N.C. — Many across Northeastern North Carolina and the Outer Banks experienced flooding and stormy weather Sunday and Monday.

Viewers sent photos and videos throughout Sunday and Monday showing the impact water was having on streets and communities.

Currituck, Camden, Pasquotank and Dare counties all had flood advisories issued during Sunday for varying parts of the day and evening.

Many cities in the area are asking residents to keep children out of floodwater and to also avoid driving through flooded areas.

The video above was provided by OBX Wild.

Related link: 

NCDOT issues flooding updates for Outer Banks highway

Below are pictures of flooding in Northeastern North Carolina and the Outer Banks: 


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