Florence, South Carolina 2021-11-29 16:49:48 –
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (WBTW) —The City of North Myrtle Beach warns residents that Kingtide will return to the Grand Strand from Thursday to December 7.
The climax of the North Myrtle Beach area is expected to be December 4-5, the city said in a news release on Monday. According to the city, tides can cause floods and coastal erosion in the lowlands.
King ties occur when the orbits and alignment of the Earth, Moon, and Sun combine to produce significantly higher tides than normal.
Owners are required to secure outdoor furniture, trash cans and other belongings.Vehicles also need to move to higher ground..
The city also decided to drive on flooded streets, as drivers encountering high waters could create tracks that could force floods into homes and buildings, even at low speeds of 5 mph. Said to avoid. North Myrtle Beach public security officers monitor traffic in flood-prone areas.
Tide table provided by South Carolina Environmental Management Authority Shows the next high tide level for December 2-7.
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