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September 15
​With more rain forecast, Wake County reminds residents about shelters

As Florence continues to slowly move through the area, it’s expected to generate more heavy rain and the potential for flooding over the weekend. Forecasters predict Wake County could see an additional three to six inches of rain over the next three days.

The key takeaway for residents? We’re not done with this storm yet.

Wake County residents who want to seek refuge from the impacts of Florence can go to one of the shelters currently open and ready to receive them at:

Wake County is also operating emergency shelters for hundreds of coastal evacuees at Knightdale High School, Southeast Raleigh High School and Garner Magnet High School. These locations are currently at capacity.

Updates about Wake County shelters will be shared with local news outlets and on this site and social media.

Wake County residents who have non-emergency questions or issues can contact Wake County at 919-856-7044.

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