Quote: Being in Florence SC, 50 or so miles west of Myrtle Beach, do you think it is possible that Ernesto could avoid much of the forecasted jog to the east and instead come ashore somewhere south of Myrtle Beach, say Georgetown? I know that if I end up in the center or east of the storm that winds will be much higher. Just want to know what to expect.
You're in the cone so prepare for the worst and be happy if it isn't. That's best you can do. Very unstable storm which seems capable of doing anything.
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