Monday, November 29, 2021
Flood Conditions Expected To Slowly Improve (PHOTO GALLERY)

Flood Conditions Expected To Slowly Improve (PHOTO GALLERY)

The levels on the Neuse River near Goldsboro are finally dropping.  As of 5 AM today, the National Weather Service says the Neuse River remains at about 21.5-feet, still in “Moderate Flood Stage.”  The local river is expected to continue dropping and be out of flood stage by the end of the week.  A Flood Warning remains in effect for Wayne County.

 

 

The high water will take a little longer to recede downstream in places like Seven Springs and Kinston.  In Kinston, the Neuse River is close to 20-feet and is expected to remain in “Moderate Flood Stage” until early next week.

 

Our photographer Bobby Williams captured these images of flooding along the Neuse River in Wayne County on Tuesday.

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