Welcome to NHC Emergency Management

New Hanover County Emergency Management works year-round to build a resilient community that is prepared to respond quickly and efficiently to natural and man-made disasters. During emergency events, the department partners with local, state, and federal agencies to keep the county’s residents and visitors safe. The department also facilitates recovery efforts to rebuild our community following disasters.

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New Hanover County Emergency Management
New Hanover County Emergency ManagementSaturday, November 26th, 2022 at 11:33pm
Tonight's lows will range from upper 40s inland to lower 50s along the coast.

However, temperatures will start rising after midnight and will be around 60 by dawn. #ilmwx #ncwx #scwx https://t.co/Iqb3yoccYq

— NWS Wilmington NC (@NWSWilmingtonNC)
Nov 26, 2022
New Hanover County Emergency Management
New Hanover County Emergency ManagementSaturday, November 26th, 2022 at 3:33pm
Get out and enjoy that sunshine today-rain comes on Sunday. https://t.co/7nsMp3XJ2h

— NWS Wilmington NC (@NWSWilmingtonNC)
Nov 26, 2022
New Hanover County Emergency Management
New Hanover County Emergency ManagementSaturday, November 26th, 2022 at 11:33am
Friday's Climate Stats https://t.co/dWT50ZSSLz

— NWS Wilmington NC (@NWSWilmingtonNC)
Nov 26, 2022
New Hanover County Emergency Management
New Hanover County Emergency ManagementSaturday, November 26th, 2022 at 10:33am
Minor coastal flooding is expected with high tide this morning. This may impact low-lying roads and tidal creeks near the immediate coast, as well as Battleship Road and Water Street near downtown Wilmington. High tide is aroun 9 AM at the beaches, and 11 AM downtown. #ilmwx https://t.co/bg2NnTxx2F

— NWS Wilmington NC (@NWSWilmingtonNC)
Nov 26, 2022
New Hanover County Emergency Management
New Hanover County Emergency ManagementFriday, November 25th, 2022 at 4:33pm
Minor coastal flooding at local beaches and Downtown Wilmington last two mornings is expected to occur again with Saturday and Sunday's morning high tides. - https://t.co/6HNjerSuHK https://t.co/N20HHmDkAL

— NWS Wilmington NC (@NWSWilmingtonNC)
Nov 25, 2022
New Hanover County Emergency Management
New Hanover County Emergency ManagementFriday, November 25th, 2022 at 11:33am
A rainy Friday will be followed by drier weather tonight and Saturday. Showers are expected again on Sunday. Get the details at https://t.co/JH2A7FoXSE. #ilmwx #ncwx #scwx https://t.co/yyAtmrWBxy

— NWS Wilmington NC (@NWSWilmingtonNC)
Nov 25, 2022
Emergency Management: 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 115 • Wilmington, NC 28403 • Phone 910-798-6900 • Fax 910-798-6904
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