More Videos

May River students raise big bucks to help sick classmate 0:36

May River students raise big bucks to help sick classmate

Yemassee Police release dash cam video of high speed chase 1:01

Yemassee Police release dash cam video of high speed chase

Southern Charm's Shep gives a noogie at The Boardroom 0:22

Southern Charm's Shep gives a noogie at The Boardroom

This Marine just became the first female mascot to graduate from Parris Island 0:43

This Marine just became the first female mascot to graduate from Parris Island

St. Helena woman undergoes a ghouly transformation 1:41

St. Helena woman undergoes a ghouly transformation

Here's where you can - and can't - park for free in downtown Beaufort this holiday season 0:37

Here's where you can - and can't - park for free in downtown Beaufort this holiday season

6 holiday foods you love but can kill your pet 0:39

6 holiday foods you love but can kill your pet

This Puerto Rican family's home was destroyed by Maria. Now they live on Hilton Head 0:36

This Puerto Rican family's home was destroyed by Maria. Now they live on Hilton Head

Farewell to the Hilton Head buoy 1:10

Farewell to the Hilton Head buoy

How popular is Hilton Head's stranded buoy? Watch this timelapse. 1:04

How popular is Hilton Head's stranded buoy? Watch this timelapse.

  • Singleton Beach Road under 2 feet of water — before TS Irma's storm surge peak

    Reporter Maggie Angst found serious flooding in the Singleton Beach area, often one of the earliest places to flood on Hilton Head Island in high tide situations. About 2 feet of water flooded the road around noon Monday, about an hour before the predicted peak of storm surge from Tropical Storm Irma.

Reporter Maggie Angst found serious flooding in the Singleton Beach area, often one of the earliest places to flood on Hilton Head Island in high tide situations. About 2 feet of water flooded the road around noon Monday, about an hour before the predicted peak of storm surge from Tropical Storm Irma. Maggie Angst Staff video
Reporter Maggie Angst found serious flooding in the Singleton Beach area, often one of the earliest places to flood on Hilton Head Island in high tide situations. About 2 feet of water flooded the road around noon Monday, about an hour before the predicted peak of storm surge from Tropical Storm Irma. Maggie Angst Staff video

Neighborhood by neighborhood: Here’s what Irma looks like in Bluffton, Beaufort and Hilton Head

September 11, 2017 10:09 AM

UPDATED September 11, 2017 01:58 PM

More Videos

May River students raise big bucks to help sick classmate 0:36

May River students raise big bucks to help sick classmate

Yemassee Police release dash cam video of high speed chase 1:01

Yemassee Police release dash cam video of high speed chase

Southern Charm's Shep gives a noogie at The Boardroom 0:22

Southern Charm's Shep gives a noogie at The Boardroom

This Marine just became the first female mascot to graduate from Parris Island 0:43

This Marine just became the first female mascot to graduate from Parris Island

St. Helena woman undergoes a ghouly transformation 1:41

St. Helena woman undergoes a ghouly transformation

Here's where you can - and can't - park for free in downtown Beaufort this holiday season 0:37

Here's where you can - and can't - park for free in downtown Beaufort this holiday season

6 holiday foods you love but can kill your pet 0:39

6 holiday foods you love but can kill your pet

This Puerto Rican family's home was destroyed by Maria. Now they live on Hilton Head 0:36

This Puerto Rican family's home was destroyed by Maria. Now they live on Hilton Head

Farewell to the Hilton Head buoy 1:10

Farewell to the Hilton Head buoy

How popular is Hilton Head's stranded buoy? Watch this timelapse. 1:04

How popular is Hilton Head's stranded buoy? Watch this timelapse.

  • This Puerto Rican family's home was destroyed by Maria. Now they live on Hilton Head

    A Puerto Rican family of five has reunited and relocated on Hilton Head Island after their home was destroyed by Hurricane Maria. Here’s what it looked like after the hurricane ripped through the area.