Category Archives: Weather

Possible Freezing Temperatures Overnight

Storm Team 2 is predicting freezing temperatures in the inland areas of South Carolina with a possiblity of moving to the coastline areas overnight tonight, April 2, 2021. While this is not a certainty that we will have freezing temperatures, … Continue reading

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Closings Due to Inclement Weather March 18, 2021

The following have announced early closing for Thursday, March 18, 2021, due to anticipated weather conditions. Seabrook Island Club closing at 2:00 pm. SIPOA facilities closing at 2:00 pm. The Lake House closing at 2:00 pm. There will be no … Continue reading

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Severe Weather Likely Thursday, March 18

From SC Emergency Management Division: The @NWS says there is a possibility for tornados tomorrow [March 18]. Are you prepared? Know where to go if one touches down? What about recovery? We’ve got you covered. Click here for SCEMD or … Continue reading

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Freeze Warning Overnight Monday & Tuesday

According to AccuWeather, a freeze warning is in effect tonight and tomorrow night for the Lowcountry.  They are anticipating that the overnight temperature “real feel” on Monday (2/1/21) and Tuesday (2/2/21) will fall into the upper 20’s to low 30’s.  … Continue reading

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Possible Frost Overnight

There is a possibility of frost overnight. Some weather sites are saying that if the temperature doesn’t go below freezing (32°F,)  the “real feel” will. You may want to cover your plants, especially the fragile ones.  Plants are the most … Continue reading

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DHEC Publishes 2021 Tide Tables

The SC Department of Health and Environmental Control, DHEC, has released the 2021 tide tables. Times indicated are for Charleston – Custom House. All times and tide heights are approximate and may vary. (Tide data provided courtesy of the National … Continue reading

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King Tides in the Charleston Area December 13 – 16

A King Tide is a non-scientific term used to describe high tides that are higher than normal. They usually occur during a full or new moon or during specific seasons throughout the year. They can cause flooding of low-lying areas … Continue reading

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Ceiling Fans in Cooler Weather

Cooler weather is upon us, so it’s time to start thinking of changing the direction of your ceiling fan. Warm air rises, so turning the fan blades in a clockwise direction brings the air down. It will not only make … Continue reading

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Possible Flooded Roadway Warning

There will be high tides over 7.0’ in the early evening for the next 3 nights.  The tide height and times are listed below.  If it is raining during these king tide events, we will have standing water on some … Continue reading

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Rip Currents Possible Today Along with Coastal Flooding

The National Weather Service has issued a high rip current risk for today, September 15, from 8:00 am through this evening and a coastal flood watch between this afternoon and this evening. The coastal flooding could be associated with king … Continue reading

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Kiawah’s New Tide Station

The Town of Kiawah Island has an interesting weather station that monitors water levels as well as weather information. As we all know, storm surge and high tides are an issue to barrier islands such as ours. The public webpage … Continue reading

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Town of Seabrook Hurricane Isaias Advisory #6 – Final

Hurricane Isaias Advisory #6 – Final August 4, 2020 – 12:00 pm The outer bands of Hurricane Isaias brushed the coast of Charleston County during the afternoon hours of Monday, August 3rd. The center of the storm remained offshore, which … Continue reading

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