The Red Cross is just one of several organizations that are coming to the aid of the victims of Hurricane Michael
Hurricane Michael is one of the worsts storms to make landfall in the United States. If you are interested in helping victims of the storm, here are a few links to organizations and their ways to help.
The Category 4 storm smacked into the Floriday panhandle leaving tourist towns torn apart by strong winds.
24 hours after Hurricane Michael makes landfall we are able to see the full scope of damage left behind.
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COLUMBIA , SC (WOLO)– Here’s a timeline on Michael’s path from Chief Meteorologist John Farley. Hurricane Michael arrives in the Midlands around 2:00-3:00 AM on Thursday. Look for 2-5 inches of rain – which will cause some localized street flooding, and wind gusts to 60 mph – which will lead to power outages.o power outages. The storm will wind down…
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– As Michael tracks through Florida and Georgia, South Carolina could feel impacts most of Thursday. According to SC Emergency management officials, residents should take the following safety precautions: Have a plan for where you will go if conditions become too unsafe to remain in your home. Create your emergency plan by visiting scemd.org or downloading the SC Emergency Manager…
CLOSURES FOR OCTOBER 11 SCHOOLS: Bamberg School Dist. 2 Bethel Learning Center, Columbia Calhoun Co. Schools Columbia International University Fairfield Co. Schools Kershaw County Schools Lexington 1,2,3,4 Lexington Richland 5 Newberry Co. Schools Orangeburg 3,4,5 Orangeburg-Calhoun Tech Richland 1, 2 University of South Carolina – Columbia Government: Orangeburg Admin. Offices Orangeburg County Council on Aging Social Security Administration Building…
City leaders are watching Hurricane Michael and urging residents to prepare as the storm makes it way to the Midlands