Atlantic Beach feeling effects from Isaias early Tuesday morning
WRAL's Keely Arthur has the latest from Atlantic Beach on condition as Isaias inches closer to North Carolina.
head up the coast of it from Wrightsville. It's been calm tonight in Atlantic Beach, but that's changing. Absolutely. Let's go back to W Orioles. Caylee Arthur to join us now live to bring us up to date with conditions there. Keeley. Yes, Well, right now we are starting to experience TheStreet youngest wind gusts that we have felt all night as rain is pouring down really heavily. And I want you to just kind of see the lay of the land. Right now, this is highway 58 in Atlantic Beach and we're not seeing anything in terms of flooding just yet, But the rain is increasing more and more by the hour, and we are get starting to experience these heavy squalls every 15 minutes or so. I just spoke with emergency management. They said that really haven't had to make any response or respond called Respond to calls rather right now, which is great news. And they attribute that to the fact that this storm is happening late at night. So ah, lot of people are inside their homes right now, really kind of a blessing there in terms of timing, but they're encouraging everybody to hunker in for the night. They expect this toe on Lee gets stronger through kind of the early morning hours up until 5 a.m. On. That's what they hope things will calm down here. Yeah. Carter at County. Still to see the worst of this storm Caylee. Thanks.