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      80° F
      Mostly sunny
      Outdoor Concert
      • RealFeel: 84°
      • Relative Humidity: 67%
      • Wind Speed: 5 mph
    • Today

      Sep 21

      83° Hi
      Partly sunny
      • Excellent
      • for an outdoor concert
      • Hi RealFeel: 85°
      • Precip: 4%
      • Wind Speed: 4 mph
      } Day Details
    • Tomorrow

      Sep 22

      86° Hi
      A p.m. shower or thunderstorm
      • Very Good
      • for an outdoor concert
      • Hi RealFeel: 96°
      • Precip: 56%
      • Wind Speed: 5 mph
      } Day Details
    • Sunday

      Sep 23

      75° Hi
      Showers around; not as warm
      • Good
      • for an outdoor concert
      • Hi RealFeel: 81°
      • Precip: 63%
      • Wind Speed: 6 mph
      } Day Details
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      Sep 21

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    • 7PM

      77°
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      Precip 0%
    • 8PM

      75°
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    • 9PM

      72°
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    • 10PM

      70°
      Clear
      Precip 0%
    Flooding continued in Conway, South Carolina, on September 18, days after Hurricane Florence brought record rainfalls to North and South Carolina. National Guard troops are the barrier on US 501, in preparation for record flood levels were expected to hit the Waccamaw River in South Carolina by Tuesday, September 25.
    National Guard constructs dam on Waccamaw highway as rivers rise to historic levels
    Static AP Spring Lake Flooding Home

    Steamy conditions to plague Carolinas into end of September as Florence victims begin cleanup

    September 19, 2018, 12:46:16 PM EDT

    Sizzling sunshine, light winds and very warm and humid air will persist and make for uncomfortable conditions for those dealing with ongoing flooding and increasing numbers of people beginning to clean up after flooding from Florence. more