As stated in a newsletter released by the meteorological office, the hurricane touched down in the Ocean Isle Beach area, near the South Carolina border.
The eye of the storm is located 65 kilometers south-southwest of Wilmington, North Carolina, moving northeast at a speed of 35 kilometers per hour.
On Friday, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency and urged residents to be on the alert.
"North Carolinians have had to dig deep in recent months to tap into our strength and resilience during the pandemic," he said, adding that the state is equipped with shelters where people will be able to maintain social distance.
As Isaias threatens to make landfall in North Carolina, it's important to stay informed and follow the guidance of state and local officials to keep you and your loved ones safe.