The National Weather Service announced in its 6:15 p.m. advisory there only are minor changes in Hurricane Matthew’s trajectory and potential impact for the coasts of South Carolina and North Carolina.
Impacts from the storm, the NWS said, would begin Friday and persist into Saturday before improving Sunday.
While the advisory says to not pay attention to the exact track of the hurricane as it will shift overtime, its trajectory does move slightly east and later into the weekend.
The latest model shows a during hit to Wilmington, N.C., around 2 p.m. Saturday.
“Uncertainty still remains, but overall there is general agreement within the models bringing Matthew to, or near, the Carolina coast at the end of the week,” according to the release.
Myrtle Beach is projected to experience rainfalls totaling 5-9 inches.
“All residents should continue their preparation on Wednesday and begin wrapping them up on Thursday and early Friday morning,” the release stated.