Chris Bailey sent this photo of flooding at Brices's Creek in Craven County.
10:18 a.m. Sunday: N.C. 12 in Dare County, from south of the Oregon Inlet Bridge to Rodanthe, remained closed Sunday morning, according to the North Department Department of Transporation. There were reports of overwash on N.C. 12 in Kill Devil Hills and Kitty Hawk, as well as flooding in Rodanthe.
Additional overwash had been reported at areas further south, the NCDOT announced. In Hatteras, overwash had been reported at Buxton and north of Hatteras Village. Flooding was also reported at the village of Ocracoke.
Crews were surveying damage, but deteriorating conditions made assessment difficult, according to the NCDOT. There was a high chance that more water and sand would get on N.C. 12 during the evening hours, especially at high tide.
On Saturday night, the NCDOT's Ferry Division suspended all ferry operations because of rough weather. On Sunday morning, the Southport-Fort Fisher route resumed normal operations. All other routes remained suspended until conditions improve.
For more travel information, call 511, or visit www.ncdot.gov/travel.
10:03 a.m. Sunday: Amanda Sullivan sent theses photos of the pier at Atlantic beach, taken Saturday. To see the rest of her pictures, check out her public Facebook album.
9:32 a.m. Sunday: Jim Stanton sent this photo of an almost fully-submerged boat at Bogue Sound, looking north from Pine Knoll Shores in Carteret County. The craft was moored at Oakleaf Drive.
Megan Johnson sent this photo of waves at the Oceanana Family Resort in Atlantic Beach, Carteret County.
Allan Libby sent this photo of waves crashing the pier at Surf City at 8 a.m. Sunday. Libby said wind gusts reached as high as 45 mph overnight.
8:54 a.m. Sunday: The Carteret County Department of Emergency Management is advising residents to prepare for sustained winds of 35 to 45 mph, with gusts of 55 to 65 mph. Farther inland, residents should be prepared for sustained winds of 30 to 35 mph, with gusts 40 to 50 mph.
Breaking waves, with dangerous rip currents, are expected to increase to 10 to 15 feet north of Cape Lookout Sunday, said Deputy Emergency Services Director Jo Ann Specer. Waves are expect to increase to 6 to 10 feet south of Cape Lookout, making swimming dangerous.
There is a flood watch in effect through Monday morning for areas east of Highway 17 in Carteret County, Spencer said.
Along the coast east of Highway 17, residents should expect five to eight inches of rain, with up to 10 inches in some locations.
At areas more inland, west of Highway 17, residents can expect two to five inches of rain.
At Down East Carteret County, along Pamlico Sound, residents should prepare for three to five feet of flooding, Spencer said.
At Core Sound, residents should prepare for one to two feet of flooding, which could spread to Harkers Island and Beaufort.
At Bogue Sound, residents should prepare for one foot of flooding on Bogue Banks, from Atlantic Beach to Emerald Isle and into Swansboro.
Atlantic Elementary was opened as a shelter Saturday night at 6 p.m. It is being staffed by Sea Level Fire & EMS and the Carteret County Salvation Army. If visiting the shelter, individuals are encouraged take their own shelter kit and supplies.
Follow the Carteret County Department of Emergency on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/carteretems for updates.
8:18 a.m. Sunday: Steph Barnett sent these photos of Dawson Creek in Pamlico County, showing a dock partially submerged in water.
7:20 a.m. Sunday: These are picture of Oaks Road, going into National Avenue in New Bern. The were about two to three feet of standing water at some parts. The section of Oaks Road was blocked off, as well as the entrance into Union Park.