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NWS Charleston, SC - 2004 News Archive
2004 News Archive


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  • Check out NOAA's 2004 Climate Year in Review for the entire United States.

  • The NWS office in Charleston, SC will be expanding its winter weather advisory and warning program effective January 5, 2005. Click here for details.

  • Click here to check out NOAA's wrap-up of the very active 2004 hurricane season.

  • December 5-11, 2004 was designated Winter Weather Awareness Week across southeast South Carolina and southeast Georgia. Click here to get information on winter weather safety and awareness.

  • Check out NOAA's Updated Winter Outlook which calls for below normal temperatures and near normal precipitation for southeast South Carolina and southeast Georgia for December through February.

  • Tropical Storm Gaston, which affected the region at the end of August, has been posthumously upgraded to a Category 1 Hurricane. Click here for details.

  • Please note that as of September 30, 2004 our internet address has been changed to: http://www.erh.noaa.gov/chs

  • Check out the Post Tropical Storm Reports for the impacts to Southeast South Carolina and Georgia from the remnants of Hurricane Jeanne and Tropical Storm Gaston. Information on the tornado outbreak associated with the remnants of Hurricane Frances is also available.

  • If you would like to have your picture(s) considered for our website, you can send them in .jpg or .gif format to the Webmaster. Please include the date, location and a brief description of the event/damage.

  • Check out the Post Tropical Cyclone Report for the impacts to Southeast South Carolina and Southeast Georgia from Hurricane Charley.

  • Check out the Post Tropical Cyclone Report for the impacts to Southeast South Carolina and Southeast Georgia from Hurricane Alex.

  • Do you want to volunteer to become a rip current spotter?
    If so, please call us at 1-843-744-0303 8 AM - 430 PM Monday - Friday for details. (Please select option #4 on phone menu)

  • Click here for the notice to customers regarding the change to a segmented format for some NWS Charleston products effective November 3, 2004.

  • Click here for the notice regarding the Beaufort/Green Pond NWR transmitter frequency change.

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5777 South Aviation Avenue
Charleston, S.C. 29406-6162
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