Flash Flooding Possible!
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Torrential rainfall continues across parts of Colleton County and Hampton County causing some flash flooding. 7 inches of rain in some places over the past few hours. Be careful in these areas. We are monitoring and will have updates on the app and on air. A stationary front will continue across the area on Thursday. Scattered rain, although not as widespread, will be possible again tomorrow afternoon before drier air moves in for Friday, and the weekend, helping to lower the chance of rain.
TROPICS: We’re watching three tropical waves in the Atlantic Basin. The one with the best chance of development close to the US is currently near the Lesser Antilles. This will move through the Bahamas and cross Florida this weekend. Once it moves west into the Gulf of Mexico, there is a chance that some development could occur in the western Gulf next week. The two other areas are near the coast of Africa and will be watched in the upcoming days. There is currently no threat to our area.
TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy. Scattered Rain/Storms. Low 75.
THURSDAY: Sun & Clouds. Scattered Rain/Storms. High 90. Low 74.
FRIDAY: Partly Cloudy. Isolated PM Storms. High 94. Low 75.
SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny. Isolated PM Storms. High 93. Low 75.
SUNDAY: Partly Cloudy. Isolated PM Storms. High 91. Low 75.
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