Beaufort County, S.C.
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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— 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
— Sign up for mobile news alerts
— Information to store in your phone ahead of any storm
— Sign up here for alerts from the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office’s Emergency Management Division
— If you see price gouging, here’s what you should do
— 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
— Watch As Hurricane Hugo strengthens as it approaches the U.S. East Coast
— Here’s how the Atlantic and eastern Pacific hurricane seasons differ