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Ed Piotrowski Sep 13
I'm guessing this is their first time boarding up for a hurricane. Image via in Tony Carter in Garden City
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 13
Shark in the surf in Myrtle Beach this afternoon. The sun is actually out right now.
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 16
8:10am - Many of our rivers are headed for record crest. Unfortuantely, they all drain thorugh Winyah Bay. 6 Rivers coming together in one place. Like taking 6 lanes of traffic and making everyone merge into one lane. Flooding will last weeks, even months.
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 16
If you are from Conway, you will find this funny. Thanks Tamara Paige
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 16
Many heading home from evacuation. Before you do, check to see if any of the return routes are closed. We have catastrophic flooding in parts of Robeson, Dillon, Marlboro, and Marion counties. SC ROADS: NC ROADS:
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Brad Panovich Sep 11
Here's your friendly reminder for the difference between a Watch vs Warning.
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Ed Piotrowski 7h
Staggering stat - dumped 11.1 trillion gallons of water on the Carolinas. The U.S. population is 325.7 million so that equates to 218,114 bottles (20oz) of water for every American.
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Ed Piotrowski 15h
Highway 9 just past Sun Colony via John Rankin
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Chris Jackson Sep 13
Hey everyone I’m going into full time tweeting. If you wanna stay up to date on everything Florence related, be sure to turn on your alerts for my tweets. Will do my best to continue to get info out throughout the rest of today and all night tonight.
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SCEMD Sep 13
6 inches of moving water can knock an adult off their feet. STAY AWAY from moving water!
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Ed Piotrowski 15h
Flood waters crossing highway 905 heading into Conway. Road is crumbling near the shoulder. Video via Sharon Jordan Parker
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NWS Charleston, SC 14h
Currently, there are 11 river gauge sites in major flood across the Carolinas. Several gauges are above or forecast to crest above record levels. Here is the latest river observations and forecasts:
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 18
Drone video via Robbie Bischoff of the flooding at the River Walk on the Waccamaw River in Conway. And to think the water may rise another 4-5 feet by next Tue or Wed...that's 3 feet above Matthew.
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NWS Charleston, SC 8h
Check out these common hurricane misconceptions!
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Ed Piotrowski Sep 9
In case you're wondering what a category 4 storm surge looks like along the South Carolina coast. This was Garden CIty after Hugo in 1989. GC is 50 miles north of where Hugo made landfall. The storm surge was 14 feet.
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Ed Piotrowski 16h
Will your property flood? Go to this map/zoom in to see the very latest projections: Keep in mind the inundation areas/depth WILL change with future model runs. Safe to assume will match/excess Matthew flooding
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Chris Jackson Sep 18
I can’t even begin to imagine this amount of water in 4 hours. The volume and velocity has got to be astronomical.
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Ed Piotrowski 7h
death toll through 9PM - 37 27 in North Carolina 8 in South Carolina 2 in Virginia
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NWS Wilmington NC 21h
Preliminary rainfall totals from for SE NC and NE SC. Highest total in SE NC was 35.93 in. measured in Elizabethtown, NC, and highest in NE SC was 23.63 in. in Loris, SC.
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Jamie Arnold WMBF 12h
According to , the closure of I-95 is imminent from exit 164 to exit 181 at SC 38 as flooding from the Great Pee Dee River worsens.
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