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Coastal Flood Advisory in Effect through Noon Today

The National Weather Service Has Issued A Coastal Flood Advisory... Which Is In Effect Until Noon Est Today… For Low Lying Coastal Areas Of Southeast South Carolina And Southeast Georgia.

Tide Levels... Peaking Around 9.2 Feet Mean Lower Low Water At Fort Pulaski.

Timing... The Morning High Tide Will Occur At 1041 Am In The Beaufort River At Beaufort And At 946 Am At Fort Pulaski. Shallow Flooding Is Most Likely During The Mid Morning Hours.

Impacts... Inundation Of Saltwater In And Near Low-Lying Coastal Areas Could Lead To Some Road Closures And Flooding Of Properties. Water Will Approach... But Will Not Cover Highway 80 Between Wilmington Island And Tybee Island.

Be Prepared For The Possibility Of Road Closures And Minor Flooding Of Properties. If Travel Is Necessary... Do Not Attempt To Drive Through Water Of Unknown Depth.

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