Tropical Storm Nicole Update

Courtesy of the National Weather Service – Charleston This morning (11/9) there was an update sent about Tropical Storm Nicole. The Tropical Storm Watch has been upgraded to a Tropical Storm Warning along the coast. Expect locally heavy rainfall during the day Thursday and into Thursday night. There is a possibility of isolated tornadoes Thursday into Friday. Please use caution when traveling this weekend or if you are at the beach. Courtesy of the SPOA Management Team We will continue to monitor Tropical Storm Nicole and provide updates as they become available to us. Please keep an eye on your …

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Tropical Storm Nicole

Courtesy of the National Weather Service – Charleston Tropical Storm Nicole is still expected to strengthen to hurricane strength as it approaches the east coast of Florida late Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Nicole is forecasted to remain a tropical storm as it moves across the southeast U.S. Thursday night and Friday. The risk for coastal flooding, winds to tropical storm force over the coastal waters, gusty winds along the coastal counties and Lake Moultrie, high surf and heavy rainfall increases as the storm approaches. NOTE: Nicole will be a large storm, and impacts will be felt well away from …

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Shipyard Hurricane Talk

It is time to start planning for the next hurricane season! On Friday, June 17th at 10am we will be hosting a Hurricane Prep Talk. Mr. Tom Dunn, Emergency Manager, for the town of Hilton Head Island will be our guest speaker. RSVP to the meeting so we make sure we have enough chairs for everyone. Email membership@shipyardhhi.com or use RSVP form at the bottom of the calendar. If you are new to the area we strongly encourage you to attend the informational meeting regarding how to prepare for Hurricane Season. We will talk about what to expect if the …

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Hurricane Season 2022

It is never too early to start planning for the hurricane season! We were lucky in the last two years that there was no significant threat to the island, but it is always best to be prepared. Make sure you familiarize yourself with the Shipyard Disaster Guide and have submitted an updated Emergency Contact Form. Find out more about hurricanes and preparation guidelines here.

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