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Tropical Storm Ophelia expected to become hurricane by Thursday, tie record set in 1800s 0:54

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  • Evacuation route for Hilton Head Island residents

    Beaufort County residents will be required to take predetermined routes that are based on where they live. Emergency officials might devise other evacuation routes depending on conditions that could include reversing lanes.

Beaufort County residents will be required to take predetermined routes that are based on where they live. Emergency officials might devise other evacuation routes depending on conditions that could include reversing lanes. Staff video
Beaufort County residents will be required to take predetermined routes that are based on where they live. Emergency officials might devise other evacuation routes depending on conditions that could include reversing lanes. Staff video

SC Gov. Henry McMaster announces plans to call for evacuation starting Saturday

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UPDATED September 08, 2017 09:05 PM

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