Here are live updates and the latest news for Myrtle Beach, Horry and Georgetown counties as Hurricane Florence heads toward South Carolina’s coast. We have new information on storm surges, rainfall and the storm’s path.
The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Florence's track has shifted south, making it more likely for a South Carolina landfall. Multiple models overnight Tuesday showed the storm hovering near N.C., then going along the coast to southern S.C.
Three tropical cyclones churned in the Atlantic Ocean on Sept. 10, 2018 — Hurricane Florence, a Category 3 storm; Tropical Storm Isaac, which could become a hurricane; and Hurricane Helene, a Category 2 storm not expected to affect land.
Florence’s path is still uncertain but now is the time to get ready for the hurricane. Horry County offers lots of services to help get local ready for the worst-case scenario of a storm hitting Myrtle Beach.
Hurricane Florence is the first major storm of 2018 Atlantic hurricane season. While its trajectory remains unclear, here is how it can affect the Grand Strand area and how to get ready for a big storm.