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Latest News in Seabrook Island, SC
Seabrook Island Talks New Franchise Agreement With Berkeley Electric
By Theresa Stratford for The Island ConnectionUnder the existing contract, the franchise agreement fee is set at 3%, but Seabrook Island can go up to 5%. Berkeley Electric reached out to Seabrook earlier this year about adopting a new franchise agreement.Town staff began that process and came up with the ordinance presented at the Dec. 13 Seabrook Island Town Council meeting for first reading. Berkeley Electric is the only electric company that services in the town limits of Seabrook Island.Dominion Energy services some ...
By Theresa Stratford for The Island Connection
Under the existing contract, the franchise agreement fee is set at 3%, but Seabrook Island can go up to 5%. Berkeley Electric reached out to Seabrook earlier this year about adopting a new franchise agreement.
Town staff began that process and came up with the ordinance presented at the Dec. 13 Seabrook Island Town Council meeting for first reading. Berkeley Electric is the only electric company that services in the town limits of Seabrook Island.
Dominion Energy services some of the areas in the periphery of Johns Island. Since the state’s Public Service Commission has approved the service area maps, Berkeley Electric wanted municipalities to update their franchise agreements to reflect what has been adopted at the state level. Seabrook Island will need an agreement with Dominion Energy as well, even though Dominion Energy doesn’t service the Town of Seabrook Island. Town Administrator Joe Cronin said that he thinks the reason they need the agreement with Dominion Energy is so that both Berkeley Electric and Dominion Energy agree on the service area set by the S.C. Public Service Commission.
Cronin said that the franchise agreement in the new ordinance is pretty much a “boiler plate” with “no significant changes from what we have had for decades with Berkeley Electric.”
The minor revisions that Cronin and Town staff did recommended were:
• Should the Town install electric charging stations, Seabrook would have the ability to have a credit card swipe in order for users to recharge their vehicles.
• The Town will go up to 5% for their franchise agreement payment by Berkeley Electric.
Cronin also explained that the Town will start collecting the 5% fee in January 2023, but they wouldn’t receive the revenue until 2024 because it will be based on what was collected in 2023. The check in 2023 will be based on what was collected in 2022, which was at 3%. Cronin reiterated that this agreement is “nonexclusive” meaning that it is not limited to Berkeley Electric, however Dominion Energy would have to discuss adding infrastructure with Berkeley if they were to offer electric on the island as well. “By adopting that map, Dominion (Energy) is saying ‘we recognize it isn’t worth our time, money and effort to go into this area because we wouldn’t get the return on it,’” Cronin said. “If Dominion (Energy) were to offer electricity here, that would be something they would both have to agree to with the Town’s franchise agreements.”
This agreement with Berkeley Electric pertains to Seabrook Island town limits only and what is in the public right of ways. Everything inside the gate is private. SIPOA owns the property and therefore they pay for the private electric service inside the gates. In other words, Seabrook Island Town is not involved in the electric service inside the gates – they only deal with the service in town limits. Berkeley Electric owns the electric infrastructure built on the island.
The next step will be for the ordinance to go for second reading and then a public hearing after the first of the year.
MUSC Health breaks ground on Sea Islands Medical Pavilion
The more than 20,000 square foot facility will be located at 1884 Seabrook Island Road, near Bohicket Marina. The Sea Islands community is expected to undergo significant population growth over the next few years, especially those residents 65 and older. The Sea Islands are also geographically isolated, situated more than 20 miles from the nearest hospital. The area also accommodates a large seasonal population of tourists, many of whom have trouble navigating local health care services.“It can take up to 45 minutes to get to th...
The more than 20,000 square foot facility will be located at 1884 Seabrook Island Road, near Bohicket Marina. The Sea Islands community is expected to undergo significant population growth over the next few years, especially those residents 65 and older. The Sea Islands are also geographically isolated, situated more than 20 miles from the nearest hospital. The area also accommodates a large seasonal population of tourists, many of whom have trouble navigating local health care services.
“It can take up to 45 minutes to get to the nearest hospital from the Sea Islands. That’s too long for an emergency situation such as a stroke, where every minute counts. As the state’s only comprehensive academic health system, we are committed to delivering the best possible care, closest to home,” said David J. Cole, M.D., FACS, MUSC president. “This new medical pavilion will provide rapid access to outstanding care for the entire Sea Islands community.”
As part of the MUSC Health system’s overarching strategy, the MUSC Health Charleston Division has worked to provide better community access and local care in the greater Tri-County region, as well as coastal communities to the north and south of Charleston. This enables better capacity at the flagship facilities, which offer specialized and complex care downtown while enhancing overall accessibility and continuity of care for patients and families, especially in underserved communities. Since 2019, four new multispecialty ambulatory care platforms have opened in West Ashley, North Charleston and Mount Pleasant.
In addition to 24/7 emergency care, the facility will offer two trauma rooms, a rooftop helicopter pad, and a medical office building that will provide primary and specialty care, including imaging and lab services, cardiology and physical therapy. A telemedicine network will connect the entire facility to some of the nation’s top providers at MUSC Health in downtown Charleston. The Town of Kiawah Island donated $1 million to create a healing, restful green space and garden adjacent to the new facility.
“Accessibility to the wonderful health system and hospitals we have here has been a concern, so it was exciting to hear about this project,” said Town of Kiawah Mayor John Labriola. “My hat’s off to the MUSC Board of Trustees and the institution’s leadership, because getting a certificate of need is not easy… personally, I look forward to the ribbon cutting and seeing our garden that will be named for the Town of Kiawah.”
The project was made possible in part by Kiawah Partners, which was acquired by South Street Partners in 2013, who donated 6 acres of land to the Medical University Hospital Authority (MUSC Health), valued at $4.85 million.
"This project was initiated to meet the huge need for medical services on Kiawah Island, Seabrook, and Johns Island. With no convenient emergency healthcare options currently available, we have been working for seven-plus years to figure out a way to bring accessible healthcare to the Sea Islands,” said Chris Randolph, South Street Partners. “Thanks to MUSC, we will soon have a world-class medical facility that provides so much more than what we had originally envisioned. We couldn’t be more pleased to have been able to donate the land for this project and feel very grateful to partner with such an excellent health care system.”
Of the estimated $30 million needed to fund the project, MUSC is committed to raising $17 million in private support. To date, it has received more than $9.5 million in confirmed gifts, with many coming from local residents.
“Private support is critical to the long-term success of the MUSC Health Sea Islands Medical Pavilion because of the many financial challenges that come with operating a medical facility in this community,” said Kate Azizi, vice president for Institutional Advancement. “One challenge is the low population density of the Sea Islands. While this is an aging population that needs timely access to medical care – there aren’t enough people living in these communities full time to sustain our operations. Philanthropic support helps fill those gaps, allowing us to deliver the best care possible where and when it’s needed.”
Donors Chris and DeeDee Gibson are giving $2 million to the project. In recognition of their generosity, the physical therapy space will be named in their honor. “My family has been coming to Kiawah for close to 40 years,” Chris Gibson said. “When my wife DeeDee and I built a home here, she had one request: that there was a hospital nearby in case of an emergency. All these years later, we are excited to contribute to the new MUSC Health Sea Islands Medical Pavilion and to help make these vital medical services available to our neighbors on Kiawah, Seabrook and Johns islands.”
“The construction of a full-fledged medical facility with emergency services is a dream come true for all Johns, Kiawah and Seabrook Islands,” said local resident Pam Harrington, who donated $2 million and will name the emergency department after the Harrington family. “As our population continues to grow and more folks are retiring to our area, the demand for medical services grows with it! Being a Kiawah/Cassique resident for many years, the addition of a medical pavilion fills a real need that has existed over several decades. Prior to my 40-plus years in real estate on the islands I was a practicing ICU nurse. This medical center is near and dear to my heart! As a thank you and show of appreciation to all who have been so supportive of my success, here, on the Sea Islands, it seems befitting to take this opportunity to give back in a meaningful way.”
Construction is expected to conclude in late 2023.
Seabrook Mayor John Gregg – “It is indeed my pleasure to welcome MUSC to Seabrook Island, as our local community will be well served by the capabilities of this facility and the practitioners who will staff it. We look forward to having better availability of care, ranging from emergency room treatment, to advanced diagnostics for the ailments, bumps, pains, scrapes, stings, and strains that come with having an active and diverse population.”
MUSC Board of Trustees Vice Chairman Charles Schulze – “On behalf of the board, I want to acknowledge, commend, and deeply, deeply thank you for your dedication hard work and the public private collaboration that is taking place to get us to where we are today. As an air force veteran of the Vietnam war, I know the importance and necessity of teamwork. When you have a complex mission ahead of you in those situations, your unity as a team is your biggest strength… And it didn't matter where you live, where you were from or what your background was in our military. You learned that persistence, perseverance, collaboration, and expertise are critical to the success of a mission. And it's been no different in this case. When the board began to discuss the feasibility of this project, we knew it wasn't going to happen without teamwork and vision. Not only from everybody at MUSC, but also from the community here in the sea islands.”
MUSC Health System CEO and Executive Vice President of Health Affairs Dr. Pat Cawley – “What makes this project challenging is that it doesn’t fit into normal health constructs. We spent a lot of time with the community, trying to gauge what was needed and it was clear that there was tremendous community support for this project and it was the engagement with the concept of neighbors caring for neighbors and the work of the community to reach out to state officials and regulators that helped make this project a reality. MUSC Health is proud to be a part of this community and its health care provider of choice, and we are humbled by the level of support we are receiving to bring this shared vision to reality.”
Founded in 1824 in Charleston, MUSC is the state’s only comprehensive academic health system, with a unique mission to preserve and optimize human life in South Carolina through education, research and patient care. Each year, MUSC educates more than 3,000 students in six colleges – Dental Medicine, Graduate Studies, Health Professions, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy – and trains more than 850 residents and fellows in its health system. MUSC brought in more than $327.6 million in research funds in fiscal year 2021, leading the state overall in research funding. MUSC also leads the state in federal and National Institutes of Health funding, with more than $220 million. For information on academic programs, visit web.musc.edu
As the health care system of the Medical University of South Carolina, MUSC Health is dedicated to delivering the highest quality and safest patient care while educating and training generations of outstanding health care providers and leaders to serve the people of South Carolina and beyond. Patient care is provided at 14 hospitals with approximately 2,500 beds and five additional hospital locations in development; more than 350 telehealth sites, with connectivity to patients’ homes; and nearly 750 care locations situated in all regions of South Carolina. In 2022, for the eighth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report named MUSC Health the No. 1 hospital in South Carolina. To learn more about clinical patient services, visit muschealth.org.
MUSC and its affiliates have collective annual budgets totaling $5.1 billion. The nearly 25,000 MUSC team members include world-class faculty, physicians, specialty providers, scientists, students, affiliates and care team members who deliver and support groundbreaking education, research, and patient care.
The Best Beaches In (& Around) Charleston That You Can't Afford To Miss
South Carolina is known for its spectacular landscapes, with Charleston being one of its major attractions. Charleston offers many things to experience, but its beaches are definitely at the top of the list. While each of these beaches comes with unique features, spectacular views, an incredibly quiet atmosphere, and gorgeous shores are common characteristics. Whether looking for secluded spots for a relaxing vacation, Charleston is the best place to be. Here are the city's 10 beaches travelers can't afford to miss. Folly Beach...
South Carolina is known for its spectacular landscapes, with Charleston being one of its major attractions. Charleston offers many things to experience, but its beaches are definitely at the top of the list. While each of these beaches comes with unique features, spectacular views, an incredibly quiet atmosphere, and gorgeous shores are common characteristics. Whether looking for secluded spots for a relaxing vacation, Charleston is the best place to be. Here are the city's 10 beaches travelers can't afford to miss.
Folly back is one of the best island beaches in Charleston and is a popular surfing spot, if not the locals' favorite. The beach is packed with several colorful shops, restaurants, hotels, and beach rentals – and it is a perfect time to spend a relaxing moment. The beach is reachable via a short drive from downtown Charleston, making it a gateway to some of the city's most iconic attractions. Travelers should know that summers can have this beach crowded, so arriving early, perhaps by 10:00 am, is the trick.
Boasting four and a half miles of gorgeous coastline, Edisto beach is one spot not to miss, especially if into a relatively calm and quiet place. It is also among the most family-friendly beaches, offering numerous activities for both adults and kids. Nestled in Edisto Island, about an hour's drive from downtown Charleston, Edisto Beach is an excellent spot for night camping, picnicking, and looking for seashells, perhaps with family or friends. It is located in a state park, giving access to numerous hiking and biking trails to explore.
Isle Of Palms
Isle of Palms boasts seven miles of beautiful shoreline, and being a close community; families can have the best beach vacation experience here. It is a great place to watch sea turtles and enjoy the beautiful white sands. Plus, there are many activities to explore, from golfing to fishing to boating and water sports. If not with kids, visit Windjammer’s beach bar once the sun goes down after spending a whole day outdoors. The bar’s atmosphere is great, and it serves well-mixed drinks and a pool.
It takes a forty-minute drive to get to Kiawah Island from the Historic Charleston if travelers take the State Road 2-10-20. With so many things to see and do on this beach, including swimming, sunbathing, going on nature walks, and biking, it is definitely one of the best to visit in Charleston. The island boasts an incredible shopping village, golfing and tennis opportunities, boating, and fishing. The island's beaches are beautiful, and they feature white sand.
Located north of the Charleston harbor, Sullivan's Island boasts a population of about 2,000 people and offers. From the island, vacationers will enjoy magnificent views and a fantastic dining scene – and it is a spot loved by the locals. It is important to note that there are no hotels on the island, so vacationers can only make their visit a day trip. Travelers should arrive there early because parking can be a problem. The beach doesn't have public lots for parking, and vacationers can only use one side of the street.
Located amidst Edisto and Kiawah Islands, Seabrook Island boasts beautiful beaches that vacationers can't regret exploring. The island's main beaches are located in a private beachfront community and provide a perfect relaxing spot on beautiful sands. Families should opt for Pelican Beach, as it boasts calm waters and is far away from the hustle and bustle of other beaches in Charleston. Travelers looking for breathtaking sunset views should head to North Beach,
Boasting a perfect stretch of sand, beautifully lined with palm trees, Capers Island is incredibly dramatic and is among the best places to explore on South Carolina's coast. Visitors can only get there on boat rides, but Sullivan's Island has some charters vacationers can use. Canoeing and kayaking are other means to get there, but only for travelers into adventures. The beach is located about 20 miles away from downtown Charleston. Capers Island is a great place to go shell hunting, see the tree skeletons, and explore marine life, including some dolphins.
Morris Island is not well-known, and while many travelers prefer places like Folly Beach, this beach offers a perfect remote experience in Charleston. Spectacular views of the Morris Island Lighthouse are the major draw to this beach, and while visitors can't get up close, they can take some epic photographs from the shore. There are also several shells and wildlife to see. It is located a short distance from the popular Folly Beach, reachable in a boat ride northeast, and it's an excellent choice for vacationers looking for a secluded stretch of beautiful sand. Hiking to the beach from the northernmost parts of Folly Beach also gets visitors there in only 20 minutes. If hopping on a private boat from Charleston Harbor, it'll take 20 minutes to get there.
Warning: Swimming around Morris Island can be dangerous because of strong currents and high tides. Therefore, vacationers should consult the locals or check online for weather and water conditions before heading there on their own.
Situated about 45 minutes away from historic Charleston, Bulls Island is one of the beaches not to miss when exploring this part of South Carolina. The beach is only accessible by a ferry ride It offers a different kind of nature and beach experience. Stretching for six and a half a mile, this uninhabited island is home to numerous wildlife, including endangered species. It is a popular spot for birdwatching, as it boasts over 275 bird species. Tourists may also spot some shells on the beautiful shore.
Mosquito Beach is found near Folly Beach and Stono River, about a 20-minute drive from Charleston. This beach is not like other beaches with beautiful white sands and turquoise waters, but it boasts the most spectacular sunset views. The culinary experience around this place is second to none. While it's mostly pluff and a tidal creek, it definitely shouldn't miss on travelers' bucket lists. The beach is full of history and would be a perfect spot for history buffs. It was a major destination for African-Americans in the 1950s.
7 Things to Do in Kiawah Island, South Carolina
Follow winding, oak-shaded roads 25 miles southwest of downtown Charleston's cobblestone streets and celebrated restaurant scene, and you'll find yourself on Kiawah Island. Carved by the Kiawah River on one side and fronting the Atlantic Ocean on the other, the barrier ...
Follow winding, oak-shaded roads 25 miles southwest of downtown Charleston's cobblestone streets and celebrated restaurant scene, and you'll find yourself on Kiawah Island. Carved by the Kiawah River on one side and fronting the Atlantic Ocean on the other, the barrier island is a true escape. Here, nature reigns supreme: ten miles of beaches roll out along the Atlantic; cicadas form their own sort of soundtrack; and lights-out is often determined by the sea turtles' nesting season. Even so, there's plenty to do for travelers who like their time in nature punctuated with good food, luxurious creature comforts, and a frozen drink in hand. Here are seven things to do in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
Stay Like a Local
For access to all of Kiawah's amenities, from bike rentals to pools, you'll have to stay on the island. For an experience that's luxurious but unpretentious, book a room at The Sanctuary, an oceanfront hotel known for its five-star service and elevated onsite dining. For families who want a little room to spread out (or a kitchen), villa and home rentals are a smart choice; reserve through the resort directly, or book through a site like VRBO or Airbnb.
Spend a Day on the Sand
On the west end of the island, Beachwalker Park is Kiawah's only public beach access feels like a hidden gem, thanks to its wide, unspoiled expanses of sand. It offers the best of both worlds too: in addition to the ocean frontage, you can also score views of the Kiawah River here.
Hit the Links
Five state-of-the-art golf courses are open to the public. For avid fans of the sport, the Ocean Course alone makes Kiawah worth the trip. Host to two PGA Championships, the 18-hole course is not for the faint of heart. Raised above the dunes to capitalize on the expansive shore views, golfers are also subjected to ocean breezes (which don't exactly make for an easy or predictable trip around the green). Try Cougar Point for marsh views and a slightly less technical experience.
Go for a Cruise
One of the best ways to explore the island is to leave the car in park and take a beach cruiser for a spin (you can reserve them through the resort or bring your own). Between 30 miles of paved trails and 10 miles of hard-packed beach, there's no shortage of routes to explore. Ask for directions to the Marsh View Tower, an observation deck primed for birdwatching and soaking in the marsh and river scenery.
Visit Heron Park Nature Center
The naturalists here will school you in many of the species who call the island home, from bobcats and white-tailed deer to loggerhead sea turtles and American alligators. Sign up for a guided tour, like "Back Island Birding", "Marsh Kayaking," or "Ocean Seining and Beach Combing," or ask for their recommendations for the best nature-spotting places in the area.
Explore Freshfields Village
Built around a lush lawn, Freshfields Village has plenty of restaurants and shops to explore, plus a boutique stay, the Andell Inn. Pick up a beach read at Indigo Books; snag treats for your four-legged friends at Dolitte's; and gear up for island adventures SeaCoast Sports and Outfitters. Start the morning with coffee and a breakfast sandwich from Java Java; settle in for grilled cheese and a milkshake at retro Vincent's Drugstore & Soda Fountain; or cap off the day with house-made frosé from newly opened The Co-Op. Check their calendar for seasonal events, like summertime's "Music on the Green" concert series and farmer's market.
Venture to Bohicket Marina & Market
Make the short drive to neighboring Seabrook Island for a taste of the area's salty maritime culture. Snag a umbrella-shaded table on the upper deck at Salty Dog Café for fresh catch, a cold beer, and riverfront views of the boats coming and going from the marina.
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...PRECIPITATION REPORTS...Location Amount Wadmalaw Island 4.1 NE 9.84 in Kiawah Island 1.0 SW 9.17 in Johns Island 3.3 WNW 8.78 in Isle Of Palms 0.1 E 8.72 in Hollywood 4.3 SE 8.51 in Mount Pleasant 7.5 NE 8.18 in Summerville 7.88 in Mount Pleasant 8.2 NE 7...
...PRECIPITATION REPORTS...Location Amount Wadmalaw Island 4.1 NE 9.84 in Kiawah Island 1.0 SW 9.17 in Johns Island 3.3 WNW 8.78 in Isle Of Palms 0.1 E 8.72 in Hollywood 4.3 SE 8.51 in Mount Pleasant 7.5 NE 8.18 in Summerville 7.88 in Mount Pleasant 8.2 NE 7.79 in Wadmalaw Island 2.3 SSW 7.63 in Mount Pleasant 0.4 E 7.49 in 1 SE Edisto Island 7.34 in WADMALAW ISLAND 6.98 in Charleston 4.1 NW 6.98 in Charleston 6.93 in Edisto Island 3.6 E 6.79 in Charleston 5.0 WNW 6.77 in Charleston 2.5 NNW 6.68 in Charleston 1.6 SSW 6.53 in Charleston 4.0 NW 6.44 in North Charleston 4.0 SSE 6.39 in Mount Pleasant 7.0 NE 6.22 in Charleston 6.1 WNW 6.20 in Charleston 4.0 NW 6.14 in Mount Pleasant 6.12 in Edisto Island 3.6 E 6.12 in Mount Pleasant 2.7 S 6.08 in 1 E Johns Island 6.08 in Coffee Bluff 6.04 in Johns Island 1.8 NE 5.97 in Savannah 5.9 SSW 5.95 in Charleston 3.8 NW 5.94 in Mount Pleasant 5.88 in Mount Pleasant 1.4 ENE 5.73 in Charleston 0.3 ESE 5.71 in Charleston 6.4 WNW 5.64 in Mount Pleasant 4.1 NE 5.60 in Kiawah Island 3.5 W 5.54 in Summerville 5.5 NNW 5.50 in Charleston 5.49 in Mount Pleasant 5.44 in Mount Pleasant 6.4 NE 5.38 in Charleston 2.9 W 5.37 in Kiawah Island 1.5 NE 5.32 in Charleston 4.6 SSE 5.30 in Charleston 2.9 NNE 5.07 in Mount Pleasant 1.0 WSW 5.03 in Grover 4.4 SE 5.02 in Charleston 4.99 in Meggett 1.8 W 4.96 in NWS Charleston SC 4.84 in Edisto Beach 5.4 NNW 4.79 in Mount Pleasant 8.1 NE 4.79 in Ridgeville 1.3 SSW 4.77 in Savannah 1.7 W 4.74 in Savannah 3.9 SSW 4.64 in Charleston 3.0 N 4.64 in Hollywood 2.3 W 4.61 in Charleston 5.4 SSE 4.59 in Daniel Island 1.0 SE 4.57 in Summerville 4.56 in Mount Pleasant 1.7 N 4.44 in Mount Pleasant 1.7 NNW 4.35 in Snowden 4.16 in Mount Pleasant 4.14 in Savannah 3.1 ENE 4.14 in Bennetts Point 4.12 in Charleston 6.8 NE 4.11 in Edisto Island 4.5 NNW 4.09 in North Charleston 3.1 ESE 4.09 in Beaufort 4.5 NE 4.03 in Ravenel 4.02 in Hollywood 5.8 WSW 4.02 in Summerville 1.7 SSE 3.99 in Ridgeville 3.2 WSW 3.97 in North Charleston 3.1 E 3.88 in North Charleston 2.6 NW 3.82 in Hanahan 1.7 SE 3.81 in Daniel Island 3.75 in Seabrook Island 0.2 S 3.75 in Charleston Intl Airport 3.74 in Edisto Island 3.2 NNE 3.68 in Charleston 1.7 SE 3.65 in Mcclellanville 0.2 ESE 3.64 in Summerville 2.6 E 3.62 in North Charleston 3.5 ESE 3.56 in North Charleston 2.9 WNW 3.52 in Beaufort 3.5 N 3.50 in McClellanville 0.5 ESE 3.48 in SANTEE COAST MCCLELLANVILLE 3.48 in Seabrook Island 3.47 in Summerville 2.8 W 3.47 in Ravenel 2.0 WNW 3.44 in Beaufort 5.7 NE 3.40 in Summerville 5.0 NNE 3.39 in North Charleston 4.4 W 3.38 in Montgomery 3.33 in Hanahan 1.1 N 3.32 in Edisto Beach 5.1 NNW 3.30 in Charleston 3.29 in Charleston 5.2 ESE 3.26 in Burnside 3.25 in Summerville 3.21 in Summerville 5.3 SE 3.21 in Huger 7.7 S 3.16 in Smoaks 0.1 ESE 3.12 in 2 NNE Daniel Island 3.11 in Summerville 2.1 WSW 3.10 in Savannah 2.3 SSW 3.09 in Huger 3 ENE 3.09 in St Helena Island 2.8 NE 3.09 in Riceboro 11.8 SE 3.08 in Blitchton 4 WSW 3.05 in Mount Pleasant 2.6 SW 3.05 in Mount Pleasant 2.1 SSE 3.04 in Huger 7.7S - Bridges at Seve 3.03 in Edisto Beach 2.7 N 2.99 in Savannah 7.9 SSE 2.98 in Summerville 5.7 SSE 2.97 in Beaufort MCAS 2.97 in Charleston 2.9 W 2.96 in Savannah 4.5 SSW 2.95 in Rincon 5.3 NNE 2.94 in Summerville 1.9 N 2.92 in Summerville 3.4 S 2.90 in Summerville 0.4 SE 2.90 in North Charleston 3.5 N 2.88 in Savannah 6.3 WNW 2.85 in Edisto Island 1.6 N 2.83 in Savannah 9.6 E 2.80 in Mount Pleasant 1.3 WSW 2.79 in Walterboro 1 SW 2.76 in Garden City 1.2 NNE 2.72 in Blitchton 4 WSW 2.70 in Summerville 4.8 WSW 2.69 in Charleston 2.66 in Mount Pleasant 6.1 NNE 2.64 in Valona 2.58 in Townsend 5.5 SE 2.56 in Summerville 5.8 NE 2.52 in Charleston 9.1 NE 2.49 in Wadmalaw Island 3.6 ENE 2.48 in Charleston 2.47 in Savannah 10.4 E 2.44 in Hilton Head Island 2.42 in Savannah 2.42 in Fripp Island 0.5 WSW 2.40 in Goose Creek 4.6 WNW 2.38 in Goose Creek 3.5 NW 2.37 in Hunter Army Air Field 2.35 in Midville 6.6 ESE 2.30 in 1 NE Lawton 2.30 in Moncks Corner 4 N 2.30 in Summerville 3.3 NE 2.30 in Walterboro 7.4 NNE 2.26 in Okatie 7.6 NE 2.25 in Beaufort 4.2 WSW 2.25 in Summerville 1.9 SSW 2.24 in Walterboro 3.0 NNW 2.21 in Summerville 3.2 WNW 2.18 in Hilton Head Island 4.7 NW 2.17 in Beaufort 3.6 SW 2.16 in Charleston 2.12 in Bluffton 7.0 W 2.11 in Glennville 3 NW 2.10 in Green Pond 4.6 W 2.07 in Mount Pleasant 2.7 S 2.06 in Charleston 5.0 WNW 2.06 in Cottageville 5.8 WSW 2.04 in Summerville 2.0 SW 2.04 in Edisto Beach 5.4 NNW 2.03 in Burnside 2.02 in Bonneau 2.01 in Bluffton 2.9 ENE 2.01 in Newington 0.5 SSE 1.99 in Mount Pleasant 8.5 NE 1.97 in Rincon 4 SE 1.96 in Summerville 0.2 N 1.96 in Parris Island 1.7 N 1.92 in Beaufort 1.6 SSW 1.92 in Cottageville 3.1 NNW 1.89 in Springfield 2.4 E 1.82 in Hilton Head Island 5.1 NW 1.80 in Moncks Corner 5.1 SSW 1.79 in Ravenel 2.0 WNW 1.79 in Lepageville 1.79 in Mount Pleasant 1.9 ESE 1.77 in Hilton Head 1.76 in Port Wentworth 6 N 1.76 in Hilton Head Island 4.7 ENE 1.76 in Ellabell 5.0 NNW 1.74 in Beaufort 6.5 NNW 1.74 in Saint Helena 7.0 E 1.73 in Walterboro 3.0 NNW 1.73 in Moncks Corner 8.9 S 1.72 in Parris Island 1.7 N 1.71 in Hilton Head Island 4.0 N 1.70 in Summerville 0.1 W 1.70 in Oliver 1 SW 1.69 in Midway 12.7 ESE 1.66 in Beaufort 3.0 E 1.66 in Savannah 8.2 SSE 1.64 in Allendale 1.7 SE 1.62 in Allendale 1.7 SE 1.62 in Marlow 0.0 S 1.60 in Hampton 0.8 SW 1.54 in Goose Creek 3.5 NW 1.53 in Summerville 4 W 1.51 in Kiawah Island 3.1 WSW 1.50 in Newington 0.5 SSE 1.49 in Charleston 6.6 NW 1.48 in Ridgeville 5.7 SSW 1.47 in SANTEE COAST MCCLELLANVILLE 1.46 in 1 E Hilton Head Island 1.45 in Pineville 0.3 SSE 1.44 in Bluffton 0.7 NNW 1.43 in 11 SE Raccoon Bluff 1.42 in Charleston 5.6 SE 1.42 in Folly Beach 4.5 N 1.41 in 1 ESE Canaan 1.41 in Port Wentworth 1 NE 1.40 in Summerville 1.4 SSW 1.40 in Millen Airport 1.39 in Charleston 5.4 SSE 1.39 in Richmond Hill 7.0 ESE 1.38 in Mount Pleasant 1.9 N 1.38 in Eden 1.33 in Okatie 7.2 ENE 1.33 in Burtons Ferry 1.31 in Reidsville 1.31 in Hampton 0.3 WSW 1.30 in Moncks Corner 0.9 WSW 1.28 in Goose Creek 1.26 in Moncks Corner 1.2 NW 1.26 in Savannah Intl Airport 1.26 in Hampton 1.25 in Summerville 1.24 in Charleston 1.24 in Summerville 1.22 in Kiawah Island 3.1 WSW 1.22 in Bluffton 1.21 in Charleston 5.6 SE 1.15 in Limehouse 1.13 in Moncks Corner 0.8 ESE 1.13 in Midway 3.8 NE 1.12 in Guyton 11.1 SE 1.09 in Sylvania 0.8 W 1.09 in Ludowici 1.08 in Limehouse 4 SW 1.08 in MONCKS CORNER 1.08 in Hampton 0.2 SW 1.07 in Hilton Head Island 1.06 in Claxton 0.5 WSW 1.06 in Richmond Hill 9 WNW 1.05 in Fort Stewart 1.04 in Elba Island 1.03 in Bluffton 1.7 S 1.01 in Moncks Corner 1.2 NW 1.00 in &&Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varyingequipment and exposures. 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