Update as of 9/6/19, 10:30 a.m.: Governor Henry McMaster lifted the evacuation order for Zone A at 10 a.m. this morning.
Crews out doing damage assessments. There are a few blocked roads but major thoroughfares are in good shape.
All curfews have been lifted in all areas.
All hospitals up and running.
There are power outages. Overall less than 1,700 without power and all companies are out and addressing issues.
Open for Business Signs - Stop by the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, 1200 N. Oak St., and pick up a free Open for Business yard sign.
Horry County Emergency Management Phone Bank 843-915-5150
Georgetown County Emergency Management Disaster Hotline 843-545-3273
Important Websites/Phone Numbers
• Horry County Emergency Management Phone Bank - 843-915-5150.
• Georgetown County Emergency Management Disaster Hotline - 843-545-3273.
• For updated statewide information, call the SC Public Information Phone System (PIPS) at 866-246-0133.
Myrtle Beach International Airport
This morning, airlines will resume scheduled operations into and out of the Myrtle Beach International Airport, and by end of day, it is expected, all scheduled air service will return to normal. However, travelers are advised to check with their airline for up-to-date flight information, prior coming to the airport.
Horry County - View current road closures.
SCDOT - View current road conditions or call 1-888-877-9151.
511sc - SCDOT provides live video streams from traffic cameras around the state.
NCDOT - View current road conditions or call 1-877-511-4662.
The following information is provided to keep you informed about severe weather affecting the area. Advisories will be posted as the need arises.