As Hurricane Florence churns toward the Carolinas, it will pass over the warm waters of the Gulf Stream, giving the storm a last shot of octane before it makes landfall
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Federal meteorologists couldn't rule out that Florence might make landfall farther south. Three computer models still indicated the storm would straddle the South Carolina coastline before turning in closer to Charleston.
The sun was shining on the Grand Strand, South Carolina's most lucrative tourist destination. But it might be the last fair-weather day as Hurricane Florence looms offshore.
An estimated 300,000 South Carolinians have fled their homes during an evacuation order that affects residents along the coast from Edisto Beach to North Carolina, officials said.
With the right combination of variables over the next few days, Hurricane Florence would cause more flooding in the Charleston area than Tropi…
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As storm tracks for Hurricane Florence evolve, lowcountry residents continue to prepare.
Anybody considering using CARTA as a means of transportation should first call the Charleston County emergency line: 843-746-3900.
"Go ahead and leave and go to find high ground because you may be in danger," Gov. Henry McMaster said. "This is a big, big storm."
Hurricane Hugo was not a direct hit but still left a staggering toll of devastation on the Charleston area. Hurricane Florence is currently larger than Hugo, though its projected path doesn't match the scenario cited in this story.