GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — From rain to strong winds and some flooding, Eastern North Carolina has been feeling the effects of tropical system Ian.

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The storm has been bearing down on North and South Carolina on Friday, with the storm making landfall just south of Georgetown, S.C. just after 2 p.m. on Friday. Many places in ENC have seen lots of rain and wind. It’s led to some hazardous driving conditions, ponding of water on roads and strong surf and waves along the beaches.

Around 2 p.m. Friday, the National Weather Service in Newport/Morehead City posted this photo of a waterspout over Bogue Sound.

WNCT had team coverage of the effects of Ian during our noon news. Check out the above video.

Conditions in Beaufort

New Bern

(Emily Cervarich)
Flooding in New Bern (Emily Cervarich and Toni Snyder, WNCT video)

Atlantic Beach

Flooding on Bayview Boulevard in Atlantic Beach (Claire Curry, WNCT photo)
Fort Macon Road in Atlantic Beach (Claire Curry)


Flooding on Riverview Street in Jacksonville (Cheyenne Pagan, WNCT photo)
Flooding on Riverview Street in Jacksonville (Cheyenne Pagan, WNCT video)

Washington waterfront

(Sarah Gray Barr, WNCT video)

Tar River in Greenville

Tar River in Greenville (Bernie Ritter, WNCT video)

North Topsail Beach conditions (Click to view)