The 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins June 1, and now is the time to get prepared. Officials with the South Carolina Emergency Management Division say Hurricane Preparedness Week runs from May 30-June 5.
We are dealing with heat right now, but we are also just days away from the official start to hurricane season. Experts predict the 2021 season could have up to 20 named storms.
The National Hurricane Center is releasing its seasonal forecast Thursday. Officials say hurricane season may start early for the seventh year in a row.
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Today, June 1, officially marks the beginning of Hurricane Season. And South Carolina leaders want to make sure you are ready. SCEMD Emergency officials have launched the 20th annual edition of the Official South Carolina Hurricane guide. The guide has information on what to do before, during and after a major hurricane. Here is a link to…
Experts say it's important to form an emergency plan and stock up on supplies
As Hurricane Dorian moves closer to the East Coast, officials with the South Carolina Emergency Management Division (SCEMD) say it’s not too late to get prepared in case a future storm comes this way.
After months and several named storms, hurricane season has finally moved on out.