Monday, February 10, 2014
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for all but the coastline of Georgetown and Horry Counties which is in effect from 7 p.m. Tuesday - 3 a.m. Thursday.
* Accumulations... one half to three-quarters of an inch of
ice... along with sleet accumulations up to one tenth of an inch.
* Locations... inland Georgetown County.
* Hazard types... freezing rain and sleet will develop Tuesday
night into Wednesday.
* Impacts... travel conditions may become dangerous as freezing
rain develops Tuesday night into Wednesday. Widespread downed
trees and power lines may lead to long periods of power outages.
* Temperatures... in the lower 30s.
People across the region should be prepared for severe winter weather conditions. Dress warmly and make sure your car is in good running order and has been properly winterized. It is highly recommended that you take a winter weather survival kit if you must travel. Prepare generators with plenty of fuel in case ice leads to long power outages.
We will keep you updated on the latest information concerning Georgetown and southern Horry County.
You can also keep updated on Georgetown information on its radio station WGEO-LP, 105.7 FM and online at wgeoradio.com.
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