10/09/2016 in: News
By T. Safdi
The forecast of good weather this coming week is giving authorities a sigh of relief as they continue with clean-up from Hurricane Matthew.
One of the big concerns now is the water levels on a couple of South Carolina rivers. "The Waccamaw River is at 14 feet now. We do expect it to go to 16.7 feet by the end of this week. That is above what we had for flood levels last year," said Governor Nikki Haley at her 10 a.m. press conference on Sunday morning. The high levels will affect homes and roads. The other river of concern is Little Pee Dee River at Galivants Ferry.