Recent days of moderate weather are history, and summer is back. That means two things — higher temperatures and an increasing possibility of tropical storms. Potential Tropical Cyclone 6 has already become the season’s sixth named tropical storm in the Caribbean, dubbed Fred, and may cause direct effects over a portion of Florida over the coming weekend. More: WCSC TV, WFTV, AccuWeather, WESH TV, WIS TV
In other headlines:
Local filmmaker’s series highlights potential for film, TV in Charleston. A conversation about an upcoming series filmed in Charleston turned into a bigger discussion about how the television industry in Charleston is being held back by economic limitations. More: Charleston City Paper
DHEC reports 2,204 new cases, 11 deaths Tuesday. The Department for Health and Environmental Control Tuesday reported 1,954 new confirmed cases and 250 new probable cases of the virus for a total of 2,204 alongside 11 new deaths. More: WIS TV
P&C executive editor takes job with Chicago Tribune. Post and Courier executive editor Mitch Pugh will take a similar job with the Chicago Tribune, now under hedge-fund ownership, after leaving his current post at the end of the month. More: Charleston City Paper, Associated Press
Sharks bite 3 on Southeast beaches, national numbers not up. Two separate shark attacks were recorded in a one-week span in area beaches near Savannah, an area not known for many shark attacks. More: Associated Press
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