Rising sea levels will mean extreme floods along the coast of the Carolinas in coming years with billions ..... found that in South Carolina, the coast is likely to see extreme floods of more than 4 feet above high tide within 40 years. The danger
and t-storms will be scattered about tonight and tomorrow, then we'll see rain chances go down late in the week. Main threat with any storms will be heavy rain and quick flooding (since the ground can't take much more moisture).
Spartanburg and Cherokee counties. An additional 1 to 2 inches of rain will be possible tonight and Tuesday. Watch for fast flooding as our ground is saturated and can't absorb much more water. If you see a flooded road, turn around and find another route
parts of the Upstate and western North Carolina. Rain totals could reach up to 1 inch by late evening, and though widespread flooding is not expected, a few isolated areas with high streams could overflow their banks. Monday's highs will peak in the upper
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Tuesday evening, causing damage and flooding in some areas. In Union County, heavy rains caused flooding in the 800 block of Main Street in Buffalo ..... Linersville Road. There was also a report of flooding in the 1200 block of Lockheart Highway
likelihoodfor rain and storms to pass through. Some storms could bestrong, and there will be a risk of late afternoon isolated flooding in areas that have seen excessive rainfall over the last few days. Highs reach the low to mid-80s today. Skies clear overnight
A Greer man said he feels lucky to be alive after being trapped under a collapsed bridge in his car Saturday night. It happened on Memorial Drive Extension in Greer during torrential rains.
humidity and highs in the 80s. Wednesday will begin a dry stretch of weather, which will be beneficial for those areas that saw flooding on Saturday night. Our next rain chance won't come until next Monday. Copyright 2014 FOX Carolina (Meredith Corporation