2:05 p.m. update – Hurricane Ian hits land officially in Georgetown, S.C.
As the outer rims of Hurricane Ian make landfall in Myrtle Beach, the beaches begin to breach the dunes.
This footage was captured 40 minutes ago.
- Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach dunes major impact
- Cherry Grove appears to have a foot of water from Duffy Street to Ocean.
- The creek on Lake Drive in North Myrtle Beach has met the ocean (36th Ave)
- Murrells Inlet Marshwalk fully flooded.
Video of Myrtle Ave nr N Causeway following rescue. pic.twitter.com/0XyBOVpXYh— Pawleys Island PD (@PawleysIslandPD) September 30, 2022
Ian will be one of the most massive Category 1 Myrtle Beach Hurricanes to come ashore in the Myrtle Beach area.
Expect conditions to get worse in the next hours.