|I'm not the only one who had baby wipes on their list|
|I was in Walmart around 11 last night and this what was left on the bread aisle|
The governor has issued a state of emergency for North Carolina. Hurricane Irene is coming and she isn't going to hold back any of her winds.
6 a.m. – Hurricane Irene is moving off the coast of Florida and Georgia at about 14 mph as a Category 2 storm. It's about 456 miles from Raleigh and has 110 mph winds. Irene is expected to increase to a Category 3 again before hitting our state
8 a.m. – Saturday, forecasts show heavy surf off the coasts of South Carolina and Wilmington. A vast band of tropical storm strength wind – up to 90 mph – will build inland from the state's southeast corner. Winds could reach 105 mph across the northeastern corner of the state as the storm makes landfall Saturday afternoon.
For North Carolina, the main impacts of damaging winds and storm surge flooding will be confined to the far eastern portions of the state.
Last night I went to Walmart to pick up some last minute items. As you can see from the pictures above, there wasn't hardly any bread left and baby wipes.