The roads are also expected to be treacherous. Highway patrol advises staying at home if possible.
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COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) –SC EMD shares tips to stay safe tonight and tomorrow. SC EMD says that buying non-perishable food items is just one way you can prepare for winter weather before it arrives. “If you lose central heat or don’t have a way to stay warm, have some extra blankets. If you have a fireplace, make sure it’s cleaned,…
One on one with State Emergency officials
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) –We could see more winter weather Friday evening and into Saturday. We spoke with officials at SC EMD about the recent weather and winter safety tips. “Really it looks like the counties that weren’t impacted by last weekend’s storm are going to be the ones that will see effects from this weekend’s winter weather,” said Derrec Becker,…
ONE-ON-ONE: Emergency management division chief reminds South Carolinians about winter weather preparation
With a possibility of freezing rain, sleet or snow threatening the Midlands, it’s best to think of the things you may not normally think of.
In addition to the income tax cuts and increase to the state’s rainy day fund, McMaster proposes investments in several industries.
The meeting began with a state legislative update.
The morning was spent providing a home for a new species to come to the park with the installation of bluebird boxes.
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) — South Carolina residents are accustomed to extreme heat, but maybe not extreme cold. With winter weather threatening much of the Palmetto State this weekend, you may not be sure what to be prepared for. Voice of Steve LaVoie, NWS Meteorologist :10-20 Dr. Matthew Bitner, Prisma Health Emergency Medicine Physician 1:25-35 Most of the Midlands will be…
“We are going to keep seeing an increase. 80 percent of us are going to be infected in a few weeks I think. It’s so infectious,” said Dr. Divya Ahuja, Prisma infectious disease specialist.
DHEC advises South Carolina residents to get vaccinated and regularly test for COVID-19 as cases surge
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) — With almost 12,000 new COVID 19 cases and 45 additional deaths reported by DHEC Wednesday, concern is high among public health experts in South Carolina. While hospitalizations are lower than this point last year, case numbers are just as high. “We’re seeing that the highest number of cases is between people ages 20 to 50. Most…