Hurricane Ian made landfall at 2 p.m. in Georgetown, S.C.
With 7 foot storm surge in North Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach, Ian is officially the 3rd highest recorded oceanfront surge in Myrtle Beach history.
As we have reported, Myrtle Beach, Pawleys Island, Garden City, and Surfside Beach are on the Northeast approach of the hurricane. The northeastern quadrant is where most storm surge damage is done.
PIRATELAND TAKEN OVER BY WATER
Dunes Breached, Flooding in NMB
Video of Myrtle Ave nr N Causeway following rescue. pic.twitter.com/0XyBOVpXYh— Pawleys Island PD (@PawleysIslandPD) September 30, 2022
Ocean Boulevard North Myrtle Beach