1. Welcome to the Aquia Harbour Property Owner's Association website. After you register, you may want to spend a bit of time reviewing the "tutorials" forum.
  2. That's right folks, we have a bunch of ways for you to "follow" important announcements posted. On Twitter as AHPOA. On FaceBook as "aquiaharbour".
  3. Nov. 17 - Three Club Turkey Trot golf tournament. Sign up at the pro shop.
  4. Nov. 19 - Unlimited yard waste collection.
  5. Nov. 21 - The AHPOA business office will close at 12:30 p.m. for the Thanksgiving holiday.
  6. Nov. 22 & Nov. 23 - The AHPOA business office will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Nov. 6 - Weather Alert

Discussion in 'Business Office' started by Office, Nov 6, 2018.

  • by Office, Nov 6, 2018 at 11:01 AM
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    Tuesday, November 6th, 2018. The main risk will be damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes between 9 AM and 3 PM.

    Overview and Impacts:
    • A cold front will pass through our area today.
    • A broken line of showers and a few thunderstorms is expected, and may cause isolated damaging wind gusts or a couple tornadoes, particularly near and east of Interstate 95 through early afternoon.
    • Moderate to locally heavy rain may lead to isolated incidents of flooding today
    • Isolated severe thunderstorms are possible today.
    • Gale force wind gusts are possible over the waters.
    • Isolated wind damage west of the I-95 corridor may be confined to the higher terrain.

    Threats:
    -Flooding fast moving water in areas that don’t normally have water
    -Limiting access to areas of the County that become inaccessible due to high water
    -Stalled cars in flood water
    -Vehicle hydroplaning
    -Downed trees on homes, roadways (temporary closures to clear trees) and or powerlines (impacts to the power grid)
    -Rappahannock River predicted to reach minor flooding levels

    Event Summary:
    -The region has experienced extraordinary high rainfall over the past several months causing saturated soil. A significant rain event could cause numerous flood related incidents. High winds coupled with heavy rain could cause downed powerlines with property damage and power outages.
     
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