No major problems as winds, heavy rain make move into Myrtle Beach area

bdickerson@thesunnews.comDecember 26, 2012 

— Emergency management directors for Horry and Georgetown counties haven’t received reports of weather-related problems as heavy rains and wind begin making their way into the Grand Strand

A tornado watch remains in effect for Horry and Georgetown counties and Brunswick County, N.C., until 5 p.m. this afternoon.

Strong thunderstorms are expected in the Myrtle Beach area today with a high temperature of 55 degrees, according to AccuWeather. Thunderstorms can bring gusty winds and even an isolated tornado. Tomorrow’s forecast calls for sun, some clouds and 53 degrees.

Contact BRAD DICKERSON at 626-0301

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