FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Rain expected throughout the Lowcountry
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Heavy rain and flooding are possible throughout Thursday as a cold front moves east from Georgia.
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Meteorologist Bill Walsh said Wednesday isolated tidal flooding would be possible during the early morning hours following heavy showers overnight.
Look for colder temperatures and wet weather to continue on Thursday before drying out for Friday.
Earlier on Wednesday, tornado warnings rolled across the Midlands as the storm system blamed for damaging storms across much of the south moved over the state. Warnings issued for Lexington, Richland, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter Counties had expired, along with severe thunderstorm warnings for Orangeburg, Bamberg and Calhoun Counties.
Footage of a funnel cloud was recorded Wednesday afternoon over West Columbia in Lexington County.
In Alabama, the National Weather Service confirmed an EF-2 tornado touched down in Pickens County and an EF-1 tornado touched down in Fayette County on Tuesday night. The Pickens County tornado destroyed 13 homes, 10 of which were mobile homes, and damaged three other mobile homes, according to the NWS.
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