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FIRST ALERT: Severe thunderstorms pass through the Tri-County

An isolated storm could produce large hail and damaging winds late Saturday afternoon and evening. (Source: Live 5) An isolated storm could produce large hail and damaging winds late Saturday afternoon and evening. (Source: Live 5)
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

With a severe thunderstorm warning for Tri-County area has come to an end Saturday afternoon, Sunday's weather is expected to be "sticky and hot." 

On Sunday, there will be a slight chance of storms with a high of 94 degrees and a low of 73.   

"After the soggy Saturday afternoon, low rain chances are expected through Sunday," says Live 5 Meteorologist Stephanie Sine. "Heat index levels will rise back into the upper 90’s, so stay hydrated if you’re planning outdoor activities. There’s a slight chance of a late shower, but most areas should remain dry.  The start of the work week should be dry with less humid conditions."  


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The National Weather Service reports a flood warning continues for the Santee River near Jamestown. The flood stage is currently at 10 ft. 

Minor flooding has already occurred in this area. 

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