You could get those winds but I'd say unlikely due to distance and the fact you are on the southwest side of circulation. The wind will be coming from the landward and friction works against wind speed.
I lived in Charleston from just after Hugo through last year and I have seen lots of close calls. If they go north of you then the wind is usually (edited for terrible spelling) not bad but the rain can be a pain in the "insert appropriate noun".
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