RESTORATION EFFORTS AND WEATHER UPDATES!!

 

Restoration Efforts & Hurricanes- Tropical Storm Updates

 

As Hurricane Season continues, we continue to monitor any Hurricanes and/or Tropical Storms arising in the Atlantic. To keep you up-to-date with the restoration efforts of the island and what is yet to come, this page will be updated as information is received.

Please continue to monitor this page for updates

(Last updated 9/19/2017)

 

RESTORATION EFFORT UPDATES:

HURRICANE IRMA CLEAN-UP: Though Hurricane Irma did not make a direct impact on Pawleys Island, there were still high winds and storm surges that washed away some of the dune lines and left damage to the beach.

 

At this time we have been informed by Town Hall that restoration efforts have begun on the south-end of Pawleys Island and the south-end public parking lot will remain closed as the equipment will be parked within the lot.  Please be aware that crews will be out on the beach until the end of October working to restore the dunes during both low tides and as permitted. 

 

HURRICANE / TROPICAL STORM UPDATES:

HURRICANE JOSE: Has moved north of the Carolinas and no impact foresee

 

HURRICANE MARIA: 

Per local meteorologists in central South Carolina, we have been indicated that it is too early to say whether Maria might steer toward the U.S. next week, including the Carolinas. Forecasters will have “better confidence” by Friday or Saturday whether it will or won’t reach us. 

WE WILL CONTINUE TO UPDATE THIS PAGE AS INFORMATION IS RECEIVED

 

 

 

 

 

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