In the past two weeks, both North and South Carolina have had significant hurricane anniversaries. On September 16, 1999, Hurricane Floyd came ashore at Cape Fear, NC, as a category 2 hurricane with winds of 105 miles per hour. 20 years ago tonight – midnight, September 22 - the eye of Hurricane Hugo passed directly over [...]
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OK, so I have to admit, there’s a bit of a personally sarcastic tone in that – to someone who’s lived in PA the last few years, 3″ of the white stuff isn’t as big a deal as, say, the Pittsburgh Steelers making it to the Superbowl. To someone from the coastal Carolinas, however, it [...]
So far for the month of December, according to the National Weather Service the average high temperature in Charleston through Dec. 21 is 66.0 degrees Farenheit – usually, the average high for the entire month is 61 degrees. The average daily temperature – the average of all the high temperatures and all the low temperatures [...]