Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Limehouse Bridge, SC
The Limehouse Bridge crosses the Stono River in Charleston County, SC. The original bridge was a low-level swing bridge, but has been replaced by a concrete structure that provides more clearance below that is important due to the barge and fishing boat traffic on the river. The bridge connects Johns Island and West Ashley, and it provides acces to other islands including Kiawah, Seabrook and Wadmalaw.
By US Harbors. Coastal Flooding Predictions for February 2024 This month NOAA is predicting "likely" high-tide flooding only for Hilo Bay / Kuhio Bay, Hawaii! Otherwise the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, West Coast, and Hawaii are indicated for potential flooding in the 2nd week of February. Surprisingly NOAA is not predicting any locations… Learn More
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