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We all are OK!

This past week has presented more than its share of anxious moments. Wednesday it just looked like the sky opened up and dumped everything it had on us. 557 more words


'Once-in-a-millennium' Rainstorm Swamps South Carolina

Georgetown buried under water

The massive rainstorm pounding the southeastern United States has dumped more than 500mm of rain on large swathes of central South Carolina since Friday, and up to 150mm of additional rain is forecast for the region, said the National Weather Service (NWS). 280 more words

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Federal Emergency Declared for South Carolina

White House declares an emergency exists in the State of South Carolina

South Carolina Severe Storms and Flooding (EM-3373)

The White House has declared an emergency exists in the State of South Carolina in all 46 South Carolina counties and the Catawba Nation affected by severe storms and flooding beginning on October 1, 2015, and continuing. 268 more words

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JOAQUIN Prompts States of Emergency Declarations in 5 States

States of Emergency declared in SC, NC, VA, MD and NJ ahead of hurricane JOAQUIN

JOAQUIN, strengthened to a Category 4 hurricane, pounded the central Bahamas with 215 kilometer per hour winds earlier today. 147 more words

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Turn of the Season

The weather looks to have turned decidedly toward Autumn. There are leaves down on every trail and the wind is starting to pick up.

In fact, the wind is causing problems here. 242 more words


Rain, Rain, Has Come To Stay

It’s October 1, 2015. There is a hurricane churning in the Atlantic Ocean. They say my state is in a state of emergency. We will have rain today, tonight, tomorrow, tomorrow night, the next day and night and probably the next day and night and maybe the next day. 273 more words

US states declare emergencies as Hurricane Joaquin approaches

Authorities along the eastern US coast braced for the potential arrival of Hurricane Joaquin, which has strengthened to an “extremely dangerous” category four storm. … 237 more words