That's how it's been the past few years when we have a real threat. It's been as hard forecasting the track and intensity of tropical systems as it is possible winter storms here.If other 0z models do the same (I honestly wasn't paying that close attention to the NAM), boy it's so bad that we're at the 3 day mark and still might not know what's going to happen.
Should get some resolution tomorrow though.
We were at Carolina beach In June and the beach erosion was brutal from that week long NE fetch. If this storm has any size and strength its gonna crush those beaches down there.Welp Isaias officially ruined my vacation. Holden beach evacuating tomorrow @ 7pm. Evacuation seems ridiculous for a tropical storm
I remember Irene in 2011 we lost the snack bar and pavilion at our local County Park at Folly Beach. It just reopened this yearWe were at Carolina beach In June and the beach erosion was brutal from that week long NE fetch. If this storm has any size and strength its gonna crush those beaches down there.
Yeah basically a 70-75 mph system at landfall obviously any stronger than that and issues increase significantly, even then this type of wind for 5-6 hrs would put a lot of people in the dark6z ICON LF near Myrtle and up 95. Would be gusty and rainy around here for sure.