As deadly Florence eyes its exit from the Carolinas, and while pockets of the Palmetto State continue to battle dangerous flooding, meteorolog…
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Hurricane Florence was nothing if not unpredictable. But National Hurricane Center forecasters nailed it. They indicated as early as six days out that the catastrophic storm was most likely to strike where it did, in North Carolina near the South Carolina border.
Folly Beach to reopen to visitors Saturday afternoon. Intermittent downpours and gusts strong enough to knock over trees were expected through the Charleston area on Saturday morning.
The torrential rains from Florence will test South Carolina's infrastructure, which failed under historic flooding in 2015.
Many Myrtle Beach-area residents had been sick of waiting for Hurricane Florence to arrive, but when it did Friday, they saw the storm tear through signs, rip stoplights in half and send trees toppling on homes.
For the city of Charleston, all this practice with tropical storms has built an efficient emergency management system.
After its football at Furman was canceled due to Hurricane Florence, Colgate is donating its paid-for meals to evacuees.
In the European model, Florence makes landfall in Charleston. We rely on on the National Hurricane Center official forecast. Here's why.
Grand Strand residents on Thursday rushed to complete last-minute preparations, pack coolers with ice or leave their homes entirely as Hurricane Florence spiraled on their doorstep.
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.