2015: A LOOK BACK 



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The Hard Rock Cafe was torn down today. Yes very sad see it go but they moved to a new location at Celebrity Square! It is awesome! There will be a state of the art Dave and Busters replacing it!👍😊 ...

We're back on the air and things are slowly getting back to normal here on the Grand Strand. Many thanks to the first responders and utility crews who worked hard to keep up safe during the storm and its aftermath, and who continue to work hard to help get our area back in shape.

If you are still without power, and you haven't already done so, be sure to contact Horry Electric at 843-369-2212 or Santee Cooper at 1-888-769-7688, depending on your provider.

We hope everyone weathered the storm safely.

UPDATE: Hello, everyone. If you currently have cable television service, you may have noticed that we are currently not on the air. Our studio has unfortunately suffered the same area-wide power losses that are affecting so many members of the Grand Strand community. We are working with Santee Cooper and the City of Myrtle Beach to get our services back up and running as quickly as possible. We appreciate your patience and will update everyone as soon as we have more information to share. ...

ALERT: As of 12:00 Noon today (Thursday) Horry and Georgetown counties are under an evacuation order for Zone A ahead of Hurricane Matthew. In Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach, that includes anyone between US Hwy 17 Business and the beach. Storm surges are expected to reach between 5-7 feet at last estimate.

There is also expected to be between 6-9" of rain starting Friday through Saturday evening across the Grand Strand, with some areas receiving as much as 12". If you are in an area that is prone to flooding, you should seek shelter farther inland. The ground is still saturated from Tropical Storm Hermine and flooding is highly possible and probable.

If you have loose items on porches or patios, please remove them as they can be deadly projectiles in high winds.

If you are evacuating, please be patient and follow all instructions relayed to you by authorities. If you are staying, please make sure you have everything you and your family need in the event you lose power and are unable to leave your home.

While the current track suggests the most damaging winds will remain offshore, this is still a very dangerous storm.

We at TV33 wish everyone the best of luck. Be safe, and hopefully we will see you all next week.