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7:08 am on Saturday September 4, 2010

Earl's waves give a Folly Beach surfer a boost

Image by Kathy "the sis" A surfer gets bested by the high surf on Folly Beach on September 2 thanks to Hurricane Earl pushing in. You can view more of her photos from that day over here, and we previously mentioned more Folly beach surfing shots.
6:23 am on Saturday September 4, 2010

Earl's waves give Folly Beach's sand a beating (update: video)

Image by Flickr user thesussman Normal waves at Folly in January shown, but you get the idea. Update September 4: Live 5 News took a visit out to folly and reports back with a nice video about the up-to 15 feet of beach the, well, beach town lost...
5:06 am on Friday September 3, 2010

Video: Men take sailboat into Folly Beach surf; It gets busted on the pier

Image by Flickr user eyebee I would not want to face those in 12-foot sailboat. We've already posted about the Folly Beach erosion, but a video of the two men that tried to take a 12-foot sailboat out into the huge and choppy surf thanks to...
4:35 am on Friday September 3, 2010

Beaufort boaters tentative this weekend with Earl swirling (w/video)

Flickr user Bill Gracey Although Earl really came no where near us here in Beaufort, there's enough wind out there and energy in the water that Beaufort boaters are being cautious. Take a look at WSAV's report from Holly Bounds below. Want more on...
3:09 am on Thursday September 2, 2010

Earl expected to pass off Beaufort's coast today, North Carolina tomorrow

Well the next 48 hours are showtime for Hurricane Earl for the Carolinas. The hurricane is believed near peak intensity as a major 145 MPH category 4 hurricane and most models predict a near northernly torn for the storm (map bellow) that should...
2:58 am on Thursday September 2, 2010

Photos of the surf fun on Folly Beach thanks to Hurricane Earl

Image by Flickr user drobnikm With Hurricane Earl's drive by of Charleston has come some rather large and well-formed waves (which may hit a frightening and dangerous 11 feet today.)  Well those waves not only drew out surfers yesterday, September 1...
2:33 am on Thursday September 2, 2010

Earl expected to pass off Charleston's coast today, North Carolina tomorrow

Image by NASA Earl as seen from the International Space Station as seen on August 30 and posted September 2.Well the next 48 hours are showtime for Hurricane Earl for the Carolinas. The hurricane is believed near peak intensity as a major 145 MPH...
4:58 pm on Wednesday September 1, 2010

Earl's cone still looking at edge of North Carolina, bad rip currents still in Charleston (updated)

Image by NWS Earl's cone as of 8 p.m. September 1. Update September 1 p.m.:  Well the evening hurricane models are out (shown up top) and things are looking more and more like a lock just off the coast of North Carolina (to say nothing about what...
4:30 am on Wednesday September 1, 2010

Hurricane Earl continues its march, downgraded to Cat 3 (updated w/ AP video)

Updated Sept. 1 (video at bottom): The 8 a.m. Earl update still shows it grazing the North Carolina Outer Banks before heading into the Northeast. As for what Beaufort County can expect, the National Weather Service is issuing advisories for high...
3:52 am on Tuesday August 31, 2010

Hurricane Earl: Better to be in Charleston than the Outer Banks (updated)

Earl's cone of uncertainty as of 7 a.m. on August 31. Update August 31, early a.m.: Earl has strengthened to a 135 MPH storm and its cone has drifted slightly more westward over the last 24 hours making things no better for the Outer Banks and...

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