You’ve seen the reports: South Carolina is at risk of severe weather on Thursday.
But, what does that mean?
The weather system moving towards SC will bring a heightened threat of damaging gusts of wind, large hail + tornadoes. 🌪️ Parts of the Upstate specifically are under “very high” or “high” risks for severe weather tomorrow. According to WYFF 4, the last time the area was under a similar “very high risk” was in April of 2017.
The main severe weather risk is predicted to be from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. During this time, it’s likely to see downed trees + power lines which can cause potential power outages.
While it is advised not to panic, it’s important to be prepared in case of weather incidents.
Keep up with National Weather Services updates for the Greenville area here.