COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - With Hurricane Dorian making its way up the coast, schools and businesses in the Midlands are closing.
Richland One and Richland Two have decided to close Thursday as well as Lexington One, Two, Three and Four and Lexington-Richland Five.
Some schools in Sumter, Orangeburg and Calhoun, Clarendon and Lee Counties are closed, as well. Those areas are under a Tropical Storm Warning.
Gov. Henry McMaster has called for the closing of several government offices and school districts in those areas.
About 360,000 evacuees have left coastal areas of the Palmetto State following the governor’s mandatory order.
Here’s a look at the counties affected:
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