Friday storm center for Beaufort Co.: What to know now that we appear clear of Florence

As of the Friday morning forecast from the National Weather Service, Beaufort County is no longer expected to experience significant effects from Hurricane Florence.

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The latest

Here’s when schools will reopen and when makeup days might be

Traffic report for evacuees returning to Beaufort Co. today

What restaurants are open in Beaufort Co. right now?

The storm turned north. Can Beaufort County relax now?

When and where will the storm make landfall?

Live updates of what’s happening in North Carolina throughout the day

What if I need to go to the hospital?

When will trash service resume in Beaufort County?

For evacuees returning home

LIVE: Beaufort County traffic conditions

LIVE: South Carolina traffic conditions

LIVE: I-95 traffic conditions

Cross Island Parkway toll information

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Information to store in your phone ahead of any storm

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Weather report

Livestream of Hilton Head Island beaches

What are beach conditions like?

Tidal charts for the week

Why ‘storm surge’ is one of the biggest threats to Beaufort County during a hurricane

Here’s how a storm surge could affect each Beaufort County town

Back in the day and other stuff

Scientists fly inside the eye of Hurricane Florence

SC Gov. McMaster was right to call off the evacuation Tuesday

Close calls, regrets and other stories from those who stayed in Beaufort County during Hurricane Matthew

Beaufort County seems to be reacting differently to this storm. Why is that?

South Carolinians have evacuation on the mind. Just ask Google

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