From left to right, hurricanes Katia, Irma and Jose spin at the same time on Sept. 8.
From left to right, hurricanes Katia, Irma and Jose spin at the same time on Sept. 8. NASA
From left to right, hurricanes Katia, Irma and Jose spin at the same time on Sept. 8. NASA

Could this be a record setting hurricane season? What the Lowcountry can expect

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  • Watch as a replica of Hilton Head's big red buoy arrives and is tipped into place

    A life-size replica of Coast Guard Buoy No. 8, which was ripped from its mooring and washed ashore on the beach of Hilton Head Island by Tropical Storm Irma has been created to grace the outboor bar area of Skull Creek Dockside restaurant. Here, it is tipped into place on Friday on the banks of Skull Creek.