Looks like evacuating Charleston was a good move. The latest forecast
places the track closer to land from south of Charleston to Cape Hatteras,
actually going directly over some of the barrier islands.
>My thoughts and prayers are with all who are adversely affected by this
>storm. Having dealt with several over my years as an agent for State Farm
>I know the disruption and disaster created. Hope all in it's path pay
>attention to the warnings and stay safe and/or get out of its path.
>>Be careful in that crazy traffic, Tina. And the best of luck to all.
>>> Mandatory evacuation of Charleston starting at noon tomorrow with lane
>>> reversals on the interstate at the same time. We're picking up the
>>> grandkids halfway at 10. Should be interesting. They are still predicting
>>> zero rain here for the next 10 days.
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