Hilton Head, SC ~ Knock Wood, Hurricane Season is Here!

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For a six-month period starting on June 1, hurricane season is now upon us.  In a recent statement National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Jane Lubchenco said, “NOAA’s outlook predicts a less-active season compared to recent years. But regardless of the outlook, it’s vital for anyone living or vacationing in hurricane-prone locations to be prepared.”  For hurricane updates visit the NOAA Hurricane Center at www.nhc.noaa.gov  and below we have a short video below. Read the rest of this entry



What about Hurricanes and Hilton Head?

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For a six-month period starting on June 1, hurricane season is now upon us.  In a recent statement National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Jane Lubchenco said, “NOAA’s outlook predicts a less-active season compared to recent years. But regardless of the outlook, it’s vital for anyone living or vacationing in hurricane-prone locations to be prepared.”  For hurricane updates visit the NOAA Hurricane Center at www.nhc.noaa.gov  and below we have a short video below.  

One of the top questions we get asreal estate agents on Hilton Head Island is what about the Hurricanes? The short video above addresses the unique location of Hilton Head. Of course, we suggest being safe and plan ahead first and foremost. In this video Robbie Bunting and Jane Hyers cover what typically happens to the storms that travel along the east coast and how Hilton Head’s unique location has been a blessing. Knocking on the wood of a 300+ year old oak that we are sitting under helps support this theory!



The weather is beautiful, wish you were here!

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Last weekend was a lovely on Hilton Head Island.  If you were wondering,  Hilton Head Island experienced sunshine and normal summer weather this past weekend in the wake of Irene.   Hilton Head offers a unique location that sits back in the cove of the coastal United States and is 80-90 miles from the gulf stream which fuels these Hurricanes and often turns them north.

We hope and pray for the 2.4 million people that were evacuated from their homes and the more than 4 million home owners that lost power up north last week.




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