Category Archives: Weather

Happy Autumn!

The first day of autumn is Wednesday, September 22 and arrives at 3:21 pm.  These means cooler weather and longer nights. According to the Farmers’ Almanac “this is the moment when the Sun crosses the Equator, and those of us … Continue reading

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Road Flooding on Seabrook Island

Please be aware that due to the heavy rains from Tropical Storm Mindy some of the Seabrook Island Roads are flooded. It is important that you do not drive though standing water. Not only can your brakes get wet and … Continue reading

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Full Moon Bonfire Canceled Tonight August 22

The weather forecast for tonight doesn’t look good. After checking it and radar, we decided it was best to cancel tonight’s bonfire. See you next month when hopefully the weather will be better. The dates for future Full Moon Bonfires … Continue reading

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Midsummer Hurricane Preparedness Checklist 2021

Early September is peak hurricane season, so now is the time to complete any unfinished projects from the Early Summer Hurricane Preparedness Checklist and to move on to these important actions. Prepare for any medical needs: Click here for suggestions about … Continue reading

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King Tides in the Charleston Area July 22-24

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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Yard Debris Update

Tropical Storm Elsa created a large amount of storm debris on the island last week. As a result, we have an excessive amount of yard debris piles for pickup. Our yard debris collection contractor is continuing to pick up as many as … Continue reading

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Early Summer Hurricane Preparedness Checklist 2021

As you know, our island has the potential to be hit with many weather related emergencies – hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, earthquakes, and even the occasional ice storm. Hurricane season runs from June through November. Before we even receive warnings that … Continue reading

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Do You Know… About Rip Currents?

Now that Isaias has been upgraded from a tropical storm to a Category 1 hurricane, it is important to understand the potential impact the hurricane may have here on Seabrook Island. Wind, heavy rainfall, coastal flooding and rip currents are … Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Warning Issued Monday, June 28, 2021

The National Weather Service has issued a tropical storm warning for the Lowcountry. A tropical storm warning means tropical storm-force winds are expected somewhere within the advised area within the next 36 hours. Wind is predicted to be 25-35 mph … Continue reading

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King Tides in the Charleston Area June 22-25

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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2021 Hurricane Season Begins

The Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1 and runs until November 30. The Atlantic Hurricane season in 2020 was extremely active with a record-breaking 30 named storms and 12 making landfall on the United States. For the second time … Continue reading

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King Tides in the Charleston Area May 24-28

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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