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monsoon, June 3, 2004 in South Carolina
Do you know what the website is. I'd like to see how threatened we are up in New England.
Well, I just got back from seeing Day After Tomorrow, most of which took place two blocks from my old office in New York, so I ain't taking no chances!
Ha! The Day After Tomorrow was a pretty good movie, but it could never happen that fast.................
I have heard they think its Charleston's time again, but they have said that the past few years. I hope a Tropical Storm does hit SC though, we are needing rain badly... but I'd prefer it not be a hurricane. They keep saying on the news how the people in the Lowcountry keep hearing about these hurricanes and they evacuated for Fran (it hit NC) so now they will think that the forecasters are crying wolf so they won't evacuate as soon as they should.
Part of the evacuation problem is that SC has one major exit (I-26) and then lesser known (and less wide) local highways.
Southern evac routes:
Central evac routes:
Northern evac routes:
Do you know about the probability down in Florida?
The last hurricane to hit Myrtle Beach was Hazel in 1956 I think so they are way over due.
I hate wish MB ill, but maybe a direct hit will teach them a thing or two about the risks of "modifying" fragile eco-systems???
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