Update September 16, 2018, 11:30AM
Several conference calls with state and local agencies were held this morning to discuss Tropical Storm Florence weather and response.
This afternoon and into the night, winds will be 10 mph sustained with 18 mph gust. York County can expect saturated ground, localized flooding, trees down, and power outages.
York County will experience rain through today on into Tuesday morning. The projected rain total for the County through Tuesday is 3 inches with occasional heavy down pours. Flash flooding is a concern; especially in the lower lying areas. With the saturated ground and heavy foliage, there’s the potential for trees to fall down.
We want to remind citizens of the following:
- Those interested in volunteering can visit www.volunteersc.org.
- Call the Public Advisory Line at 803-325-2400 for information.
- Power outages should be reported to your power provider.
Report outage online at https://www.duke-energy.com/outages
Call 800-POWERON (800-769-3766)
If you experience a power outage and have already checked your main breaker, please call PowerTouch: 1-866-374-1234
City of Rock Hill Utilities
Report outage online at www.cityofrockhill.com/outage or download City of Rock Hill mobile app.
- Check the York County website at https://www.yorkcountygov.com/ and social media for current information. Also, follow local news stations to stay informed.