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special weather statement
national weather service charleston sc
653 am est thu mar 5 2015
scz048>050-052-051300-
beaufort-coastal colleton-charleston-tidal berkeley-
653 am est thu mar 5 2015
...sea fog moving inland along the lower south carolina coast...
surface observations and coastal webcams indicate sea fog is
moving slowly inland early this morning. the fog could reach as
far inland as highway 17 with visibilities dropping to 1/4 mile or
less at times. visibilities could drop to near zero near bodies of
water.
mariners are urged to remain in port given the extremely low
visibilities just offshore. visibilities could also drop to near
zero at times in the intracoastal waterway.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
stay tuned to noaa weather radio all hazards or the internet for
the latest information from the national weather service.
&&
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wwus82 kchs 051133
spschs
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special weather statement
national weather service charleston sc
633 am est thu mar 5 2015
scz050-051400-
charleston-
633 am est thu mar 5 2015
...sea fog brushing the charleston county coast...
surface observations and coastal webcams indicate widespread sea
fog continues just off the charleston county coast early this
morning. some of this fog is occasionally move inland and
affecting coastal communities along the charleston county
coast...including kiawah island...folly beach...isle of
palms...wild dunes and mcclellanville. visibilities were as low
as 1/4 mile at times. the risk for sea fog affecting the coastal
communities will persist through sunrise.
mariners are urged to remain in port given the extremely low
visibilities just offshore. visibilities could also drop to near
zero at times in the intracoastal waterway.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
stay tuned to noaa weather radio all hazards or the internet for
the latest information from the national weather service.
&&
$$

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