November 26, 2020
General News

Isaias regains hurricane status east of Charleston; landfall expected near Myrtle Beach – Charleston Post Courier

Isaias arrived in South Carolina with a lot of rain but little worry and anticipation in Charleston. 
The first named hurricane to land in South Carolina appeared in the Palmetto State Monday, but it caused little panic for Holy City residents. And, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some locals even used the opportunity to leave their homes and see some unusual weather. 
Residents, like Melissa Townsend, made their way to the Battery by walking around police barricades to watch the waves and wind of…

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