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Street Superintendent Ronnie Donley discusses the measures the city has done to prevent flooding along the Green Mill Run near Evans Street on Monday, July 1, 2013.   (Aileen Devlin/ The Daily  Reflector)
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Street Superintendent Ronnie Donley discusses the measures the city has done to prevent flooding along the Green Mill Run near Evans Street on Monday, July 1, 2013. (Aileen Devlin/ The Daily Reflector)

Officials keep eye out for flooding

The Tar River in Greenville was slightly less than 8 feet Monday morning. The river is expected to crest at 11.8 feet on Saturday morning.

By Ginger Livingston

The Daily Reflector

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Emergency officials are monitoring the Tar River and its tributaries as rain continues to fall in Pitt County.

The National Weather Service posted a flood watch that was in effect until 6 a.m. today for Pitt, Martin, Washington, Tyrrell, mainland Dare, Greene, Beaufort, mainland Hyde, Duplin, Lenoir, Jones, Craven, Pamlico, Carteret, Onslow, Outer Banks Dare and Outer Banks Hyde counties.


Monday marked the seventh consecutive day of rainfall in Pitt County.

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