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Florence

Bellefontaine, Ohio
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Florence

How’s everything holding up due to Florence?

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Decatur, Georgia
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1. Re: Florence

Suggest you watch the Weather Channel to find out.

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2. Re: Florence

There are periodic updates on the City of North Myrtle Beach page on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/CityofNMB/#

Bellefontaine, Ohio
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3. Re: Florence

Thank you!

georgetown ky
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4. Re: Florence

our trip to North Myrtle Beach can not be canceled since they say there are dozens of ways to Myrtle Beach . When I pull up current conditons , It appears there is not a good route from Florence to North Myrtle beach. Has anyone traveled from Florence to Myrtle Beach in past few days?

Brookneal, Virginia
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5. Re: Florence

KYmom, here are two recent threads with comments from people who successfully made it to the Grand Strand:

CrissyMN's comments in https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g54359…

Pawleys Dude's comments in https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g54359…

So one use the waze app on their phone, and the other went a round about route, but either way there seem to be routes to get there if you are patient.

Also, the SC road closures are listed by county here, just click on the county to see their closed roads, some have detours, or utilize one side of the divided highway for both lanes of traffic:

dbw.scdot.org/RoadConditions/default.aspx

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6. Re: Florence

this was posted just a few hours ago on the City of North Myrtle Beach Facebook Website

City of North Myrtle Beach

5 hrs ·

RIVER FLOODING AND YOU

There continues to be a lot of talk about ongoing and impending river flooding in Horry County.

If worst case projections occur, it will be worse than what occurred in Hurricane Matthew.

Areas that were flooded as a result of Hurricane Matthew's impact on rivers will get flooded again, perhaps worse. Areas adjacent to them that did not experience flooding may experience flooding this time around.

The following link will take you to a map that shows the areas that DID flood as a result of Hurricane MATTHEW: horrycounty.org/gis/…florenceflood.html This is an interactive map that allows you to zoom in and out to see detail or the big picture.

If you did flood during Matthew or are adjacent to areas that flooded, you should really pay attention to the river flooding conversation as it occurs in the news, from the Horry County EOC, and from what we will post here as we receive it.

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