A coastal flood advisory for Charleston, Colleton and Beaufort counties expired Friday night.
NWS officials say isolated severe thunderstorms will be possible during the afternoon and evening hours through Sunday.
According to forecasters, it is likely that the best chance for severe weather will be on Sunday, and the main threat will be damaging winds.
Minor to moderate coastal flooding is expected to occur during the evening high tides through the weekend.
"There is a chance that major flooding could occur as king tides peak," NWS officials said.
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