by Mickey McLean
Posted 9/26/18, 03:07 pm
Officials in Georgetown County, S.C., say flooding resulting from Hurricane Florence will not be as bad as expected this week. Originally, forecasters said multiple rivers could bring as much as 10 feet of floodwaters to this coastal community, but that estimate has been lowered to only 2 to 4 feet. The latest predictions also delay the peak period of flooding from Thursday to Friday, giving residents more time to prepare. But South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster warned that forecasts could change again.