80
      Thursday
      80 / 58
      Friday
      85 / 58
      Saturday
      80 / 59

      Flash flood watch for much of soggy South Carolina

      Forecasters have issued a flash flood watch for much of soggy South Carolina, saying it won't take a lot of rain to cause major flooding.



      COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Forecasters have issued a flash flood watch for much of soggy South Carolina, saying it won't take a lot of rain to cause major flooding.







      The National




      Weather Service said Thursday's watch is for areas north and west of a line from Orangeburg to Sumter to Cheraw.













































































      (Image: Flooding at Congaree National Park// @CongareeNPS on Instagram).







































      Forecasters say a weak cold front will enhance chances for heavy rain. They say all it will take is an inch or two of rain in a short time to cause major flooding.



      orecasters say a weak cold front will enhance chances for heavy rain. They say all it will take is an inch or two of rain in a short time to cause major flooding.










      The weather service says nearly 43 inches of rain have fallen at the Greenville-Spartanburg airport in 2013, making it the second



      wettest year ever recorded to date. The Columbia airport has received 9 inches of rain since the start of June and Charleston has had 15.24 inches of rain.

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