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7:43 am on Wednesday April 9, 2014
Horry County Emergency Management, the city of Myrtle Beach and the National Weather Service team together again for this year's event. The three agencies will host Stormfest 2014 on Saturday, April 12, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Ticketreturn.com...
10:02 am on Friday March 28, 2014
March 28, 1984 is a day that is burned into the memory of many Carolinians. Friday is the 30th anniversary of one of the worst tornado outbreaks to ever strike the Carolinas, which brought several strong and violent tornadoes to the region,...
1:04 pm on Monday February 10, 2014
Horry County has already used up the pre-scheduled make-up days, and students are expected to be in classrooms on February 17 and March 28. But that still leaves two snow days, and there aren't many free days left on the calendar. On Monday evening...
10:30 am on Thursday January 30, 2014
YouTube'r Charles Bryant put together a short video of what a frozen North Myrtle Beach looks like from the sky. Check out the video above.
11:34 am on Friday September 20, 2013
State transportation officials say a summer of record-setting rains caused $5.6 million in damage to 132 roads across South Carolina.
9:15 am on Monday August 26, 2013
On average, the first hurricane of the season forms by August 10th and the second by August 28th. It's a virtual certainty that we will get through the month of August without a hurricane...
9:57 am on Tuesday August 6, 2013
Update: If you're unable to attend a town hall meeting that details information about hurricane evacuation routes, worry not. Horry County Emergency Management has developed a smartphone/tablet app that uses GPS technology to determine where you are...
5:25 am on Monday July 22, 2013
Seemingly endless rain across South Carolina can be balmed on warm weather systems moving south this summer, making for a lack of high-pressure weather systems.
1:33 am on Monday July 22, 2013
Downtown flooding prevented emergency vehicles from reaching a woman, so they had to turn to a floating solution.
12:17 am on Wednesday July 3, 2013
Some residents of Haystack Way in the Carolina Forest area of Myrtle Beach blame the dramatic flooding in their neighborhood on beavers living in drainage pipes. View Larger Map