HURRICANE ISAIAS ADVISORY #3
August 1, 2020 -- 3:00 pm
Earlier this afternoon, officials from the Town of Seabrook Island again participated in a countywide conference call organized by the Charleston County Emergency Management Department (CCEMD). During the call, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service (NWS) Charleston Office briefed local officials on the current forecast for Hurricane Isaias. The key messages from this update were:
The Town of Seabrook Island has increased its emergency readiness status to reflect that tropical storm impacts are likely. At 1:30 pm today, the town convened a meeting of its Disaster Recovery Council to discuss continued preparations with community organizations and agencies.
As Hurricane Isaias approaches, the South Carolina Emergency Management Division (SCEMD) encourages residents and property owners to review their personal safety plans and consider actions they would need to take if the storm threatens the state:
Residents, property owners and visitors are also encouraged to review their hurricane preparedness plans. Additional resources are available at the following links:
Official updates regarding Hurricane Isaias from the Town of Seabrook Island will continue to be posted on the following channels:
Property owners and managers with rental guests should forward this information to their rental guests. Owners and managers of commercial establishments are also encouraged to share this information with their employees.
The next town advisory is anticipated to be distributed by 3:00 PM on Sunday, August 2nd, unless conditions warrant an earlier update.