Rain totals over the next few days is expected to reach double digits as Hurricane Joaquin heads north. Although the hurricane is not expected to make landfall along the Grand Strand, many are concerned with the heavy rain on the saturated land. Horry and Georgetown counties are both on high alert with their emergency management officials and both are warning of possible flooding.
Rain totals over the next few days is expected to reach double digits as Hurricane Joaquin heads north. Although the hurricane is not expected to make landfall along the Grand Strand, many are concerned with the heavy rain on the saturated land. Horry and Georgetown counties are both on high alert with their emergency management officials and both are warning of possible flooding. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Rain totals over the next few days is expected to reach double digits as Hurricane Joaquin heads north. Although the hurricane is not expected to make landfall along the Grand Strand, many are concerned with the heavy rain on the saturated land. Horry and Georgetown counties are both on high alert with their emergency management officials and both are warning of possible flooding. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

Coastal officials increase efforts to monitor Hurricane Joaquin

October 02, 2015 12:13 AM