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  • Hurricane Irma could now hit South Carolina. How does its track compare to Matthew's?

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The National Hurricane Center now says Hurricane Irma could track up the east coast and make landfall in South Carolina. Here's a day-by-day comparison of Hurricane Matthew's track compared to the path Irma has taken so far. Ashley Jean Reese areese@islandpacket.com
The National Hurricane Center now says Hurricane Irma could track up the east coast and make landfall in South Carolina. Here's a day-by-day comparison of Hurricane Matthew's track compared to the path Irma has taken so far. Ashley Jean Reese areese@islandpacket.com

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  • Farewell to the Hilton Head buoy

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