RALEIGH, N.C. – Gov. Roy Cooper said businesses and people in North Carolina should be prepared for anything that Hurricane Irma could bring to the state.
Cooper said during a Saturday morning press conference that all regions of the state can expect to feel the effects of Irma.
Irma could bring heavy rain and wind to all parts of the state beginning Monday, according to Cooper. The greatest impact is expected to be in the mountains and near the South Carolina border.
Cooper said dangerous...