The short answer: No — although it's still most advisable to follow guidelines set forth by emergency officials.
While coastal evacuations can be frustrating, they're an important precautionary measure for keeping you out of direct harm.
South Carolina governor Henry Mc Master formally issued a mandatory evacuation for approximately 830,000 residents of multiple coastal counties Sunday — but what does a "mandatory evacuation" really mean?
Do you have to leave your home if you're in one of the evacuation zones?
Costs incurred by an evacuee for travel conducted without authorization away from the designated safe haven are the responsibility of the evacuee.
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Funding for military and civilian personnel is the responsibility of the parent command.
(NNS) -- As Dorian progresses toward the Southeast United States, many Navy Sailors and civilians are wondering when they should evacuate.
The simple answer is that the parent command must determine whether personnel and family members should evacuate.
For those planning to evacuate, traffic lanes have been reversed on I-26 from Charleston to Columbia and on U. Forecasters anticipate the storm being a category 2 as it approaches the South Carolina coast.
The most recent models shows the storm tracking about 80 miles out from Hilton Head Island at 8 a.m. Matthew Clough is The Post and Courier's engagement editor.