🙋🏼 I’m at our Cape Cod house at the moment with my fingers crossed🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻 Our house in S.C. is 10miles south of Myrtle Beach,we are directly on the water so hoping for no or minimal damage as we just had new windows, siding, and roof done. We had some damage from Matthew so enough already. All neighbors had to evacuate and won’t be allowed back until deemed safe to do so, just have to wait it out and pray all will be safe.
Turn on the Weather Channel. They are reporting on damage in various areas. High tide is in 2 hours in MB, but an extremely high surge is unlikely. I heard from a friend in Georgetown this morning and she said they still have power, but MB does not, according to the Weather Channel. Expect that power will be out for a few days. Crews can't get into their bucket cranes until the wind gusts go below 35 mph. The roads are strewn with debris and fallen trees.
If you have insurance you will be able to make repairs if you can hire people to do it. But construction companies may be very busy for some time and materials may be in short supply.