Hurricane Matthew may have been downgraded to a tropical storm, but in its wake, it has left at least 14 dead in the U.S., and several resort areas remain closed.
Officials with the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau say the impact of the storm varies from community to community, and local and state officials will rescind the evacuation order when it’s safe for everyone to return.
Several major highways have been reopened there, including 501, 22, 9 and 17.
A fire that started at one home in the evacuation area of North Myrtle Beach ended up damaging five buildings as the tropical storm blew embers onto nearby houses, CBS News is reporting.
On Sunday, Matthew pulled away from North Carolina, but left behind seven dead, and many counties remain under flood warnings, The Weather Channel is reporting.
Emergency crews there conducted 887 water rescues.
And according to AccuWeather, the storm will continue to bring heavy rain and gusty winds to the mid-Atlantic coast on Sunday as it heads out to sea.
These winds, up to 65 mph, are still enough to cause more damage and power outages.
Resorts and amusement parts in Florida reopened Saturday.