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On June 6, 2016
in Emergencies, General, Public Safety
Conway, South Carolina – Horry County Emergency Management continues to monitor Tropical Storm Colin. The Horry County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is not currently open and no watches or warnings have been issued for Horry County at this time.
Emergency management officials urge citizens and visitors to have their preparations in place. Tropical Storm Colin is anticipated to bring between three to five inches of rain over the next several days, with locally higher amounts possible. Motorists are urged to use extreme caution when traveling as roads will be slick and ponding may occur.
Additional driving tips include:
For the latest information on the advance of Tropical Storm Colin, stay tuned to local media broadcasts. Additional information can be found on Horry County’s website.
On August 28, 2015
in Emergencies, Public Safety
Date: August 28, 2015
Time: 12:00 p.m.
Tropical Storm Erika Update
Conway, South Carolina –Since our area is in the 5-day error cone, Horry County moved to Operating Condition Level 4 (OPCON 4) for precautionary measures due to Tropical Storm Erika. OPCON 4 puts Horry County on “Alert” status, which means county officials have begun discussions with key local and state agencies.
The Horry County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is NOT active at this time, however Horry County Emergency Management will continue to monitor changes in the forecast and take appropriate as necessary.
Everyone is encouraged to monitor the storm through local the media and updates from the National Hurricane Center.
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