City of North Myrtle Beach Offices and Facilities Open on Monday
Posted by Century 21 Thomas Blogger | Sunday, September 10, 2017


-- All City of North Myrtle Beach offices, recreation centers, and other facilities will be open for business on Monday.
-- Sanitation collection follows normal schedule.
-- If you enjoy a class at the J. Bryan Floyd Center or the Aquatic & Fitness Center, call in the morning to determine if they will be held. Some of the classes are taught by private individuals.

According to the National Weather Service, our area will experience these impacts from Hurricane Irma Monday into Tuesday:

-- Our part of the Carolinas will experience peripheral impacts between high pressure to our N & Irma to our S and SW including: gusty winds, some heavy rain, isolated tornadoes, and some coastal flooding.
-- Winds will become more onshore during Monday creating coastal flooding, especially with high tide around Noon and at midnight Tuesday morning.
-- The bulk of the impacts are expected during Monday and Monday night into early Tuesday morning before conditions improve during the day Tuesday.
-- The tornado risk will be greatest during Monday across all areas, and the risk will shift from our area into portions of Southeastern and Eastern NC during Tuesday morning.
-- Although weather conditions will gradually improve during Tuesday, the risk for dangerous surf and rip currents will persist through the upcoming week as swells from Hurricane Jose impact our coast. (While still swirling around out there, Hurricane Jose is not currently a threat to us.)

Source: City of North Myrtle Beach

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