Listen: North Carolina, Myrtle Beach and South Carolina discussed on Mark Arum
"Torrential rain. You know, when you say wind and rain, you think oh that'll disturbed by afternoon commuting. This is hurricane tropical right system. We're talking about here. This is torrential rain massive wins right now. Even though it's not a hurricane. It's how a tropical storm. It's still seventy mile an hour winds higher gusts. So you have this constant wind is constant rain and the rotation of it. So you know, if you can kind of visualize the the North Carolina in the South Carolina coast yet that clockwise motion. Yeah. So that clockwise motion it's coming in off the water into North Carolina pushing all that rain all that storm surge in then as it circles down the counterclockwise motion right off the coast of like, Myrtle Beach. It's pushing out into the ocean. So the beach goes really far out now. Wow. I it's just really weird when how these systems work, but looking at that cone, and of course, it's gonna clip northeast Georgia nowhere near us. Really? We make. It's what some rain band said. Maybe a half of inch or something. Maybe a couple of inches a little bit of wind certainly not anything like the Carolinas are dealing wanted to push out. Whatever weather system is on us right now because."