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Updated 11/09/2022 at 4:45 p.m.:

Tropical Storm Nicole is predicted to become a hurricane before it makes landfall.  Threats to the CSRA include: possible tornadoes Thursday night into Friday; high winds 30-35 mph with possible 40 mph gusts; and heavy rainfall between 1 to 3 inches.

Updated 11/09/2022 at 9:15 a.m.:

We are currently looking at the effects of Tropical Storm Nicole to hit Thursday afternoon into Friday.  Wind and rain will pick up into the evening on Thursday, with 25-30 mph gusts expected.  We’re expecting waves of showers, with rainfall totals between 1.5 to 3 inches.

Please note: the National Weather Service is warning of isolated tornadoes from the central Midlands through the Pee Dee – Thursday afternoon, with increasing chances into Friday.

Earlier today, The Weather Channel upgraded the Subtropical Storm Nicole to tropical storm status.  The storm, which is centered east of the Bahamas, could gain strength. If so, it could become a hurricane as it moves toward Florida. The question… Will it affect Georgia and South Carolina?

Currently, hurricane, storm surge, and tropical storm alerts have been issues in both Florida and Georgia.  There are threats of strong winds, heavy rain, high surf, and coastal flooding along the Southeast coast.  Heavy rain is expected around Thursday and Friday on East Coast as a result of the storm,

You may have noticed stronger winds today.  With the current dry air, and breezy conditions, the National Weather Service is warning of elevated fire danger.  If you are burning, please use extreme caution. Winds are expected to continue ahead of Tropical Storm Nicole.

A tropical storm or hurricane is very rare at this time of year.  In fact, the National Weather Service says only 5 have impacted central South Carolina and eastern Georgia in November, dating all the way back to 1850.

As of 1 p.m. today (November 8th), Tropical Storm Nicole had sustained winds of 60 mph, and gaining strength.


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