A life-size replica of Coast Guard Buoy No. 8, which was ripped from its mooring and washed ashore on the beach of Hilton Head Island by Tropical Storm Irma has been created to grace the outboor bar area of Skull Creek Dockside restaurant. Here, it is tipped into place on Friday on the banks of Skull Creek.
Though many landscaping plants suffered damage, most -- other than tropical perennials and some citrus plants -- should recover from last week's freeze. So say Carol Guedalia, Tim Drake and David Howe, the experts at The Greenery, Inc. on Hilton Head. If your plants were damaged by the freeze, here's what they suggest you do to help them heal.
A North Carolina “swamp park” has posted a video explaining how alligators survive in a frozen pond and it’s both creepy and bizarre. The cold-blooded devils essentially allow themselves to be frozen in place, with their noses just above the surface, according to a video posted on Facebook by Shallotte River Swamp Park.
Two days after the first big snowstorm to hit the Lowcountry in years, roadways remained icy from Georgia to north of Charleston. Multiple crashes were reported Friday morning, and South Carolina Highway Patrol 'Trooper Bob' tweeted this video of a truck spinning its tires in Summerville, where more than 7 inches of snow was reported.
Conditions are improving as the roads of southern Beaufort County thaw out following Wednesday's winter storm. This is what the main roads of Bluffton and Hilton Head -- the Cross Island Parkway, William Hilton Parkway and U.S. 278 -- looked like on Friday morning.
Take a stroll down North Street in downtown Beaufort with photographer Delayna Earley as the snow falls on Wednesday afternoon. A winter storm brought about 3.5 inches to Beaufort, according to the National Weather Service.
The roads in downtown Beaufort were still covered in snow and ice on Thursday morning after Wednesday's winter storm. This video shows Ribaut Road from Boundary Street to Beaufort Memorial Hospital. Robert Smalls Parkway and Boundary Street were also covered in ice.
A layer of ice can be seen from a car’s headlights on Interstate 95 southbound just past exit 5 in Hardeeville, S.C. Wednesday night after a ice and snow storm came through the Lowcountry, crippling interstate travel. It took this driver fours hours to travel 3 miles and 8 hours to travel from Bluffton, S.C. to Savannah, Ga.