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Old 10-06-2015, 06:10 AM   #1
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Charleston SC to Hilton Head???????

Anyone on here from the area of Charleston SC / Hilton Head? I'm flying into CHS tomorrow morning (Oct 7) and need to drive to Hilton Head for a business meeting.....I checked SCDOT and it appears most of the flooding is north and west of Charleston......Wish me luck!
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Old 10-06-2015, 06:16 AM   #3
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Anyone on here from the area of Charleston SC / Hilton Head? I'm flying into CHS tomorrow morning (Oct 7) and need to drive to Hilton Head for a business meeting.....I checked SCDOT and it appears most of the flooding is north and west of Charleston......Wish me luck!
Wish you luck and becareful. First time I can remember that they closed I-95 down for an 80 mile stretch.....
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Old 10-06-2015, 06:28 AM   #4
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Anyone on here from the area of Charleston SC / Hilton Head? I'm flying into CHS tomorrow morning (Oct 7) and need to drive to Hilton Head for a business meeting.....I checked SCDOT and it appears most of the flooding is north and west of Charleston......Wish me luck!

PM me your phone number. Easier to explain than type. I'm driving to work.
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Old 10-06-2015, 11:18 AM   #5
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Stayed at Edisto Beach State Park last week until Saturday morning. Closed up the pop up in the rain (not fun) and headed out back to N.C. through driving rain. We considered ourselves lucky to make it through Columbia. It seems that the worst of the problems are now inland so hopefully you'll be OK. SCDOT website was NO help when we were trying to decide about leaving Edisto early.
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Old 10-06-2015, 12:38 PM   #6
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I live a few miles south of Charleston. Take I-526 towards Savannah and get on Savannah Highway (Rt17) South. Rt 17 is open and easy drive. Rt 17 goes into I-95 and then take I-95 S to exit 8 and follow that right into Hilton Head. All the water is starting to subside.
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Old 10-06-2015, 02:35 PM   #7
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Everything I saw on the news, checked in with folks down in Myrtle beach, all the flooding is inland in SC. No major closures along the coast. Have a good trip.
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Old 10-06-2015, 04:30 PM   #9
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A lot of RV forums out there in cyberspace.
However, I personally feel that there is a need for an RV weather watch forum.
I sent a message to ESCAPEE's of which I am a member and explained how I felt that there was a need for an "ALL POINTS BULLETIN" forum which RV'ers could go to and get up to date weather conditions from other seasoned, experienced and native RV'ers who have their boots on the ground.
These RV'ers who would submit information to the forum would inform the readers exactly what and where the extreme weather conditions are.
How to avoid the extreme weather patterns and where to find high and dry ground.
Which Camp Grounds were providing a safe haven.
Which City, County or State Parks were a safe destination.
I know it's easy for me to armchair and make suggestions for others to provide this kind of assistance.
However, I see so much benevolence here on the Internet between RV'ers that I would not be surprised if this sort of platform does not arise in the wake of all of the flooding and disaster since Katrina, Sandy Hook, today on the East Coast, to mention just a few.
God Bless everyone and be safe

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Love the idea of a weather forum. We are traveling to Asheville this weekend. Just hoping the campground is back together by then.
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