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Areal Flood Advisory

Statement as of 4:56 AM EDT on July 01, 2016

Expires 6:15 AM EDT on July 01, 2016


The National Weather Service in Charleston has issued a

* Flood Advisory for minor flooding for poor drainage areas for...
Charleston County in southeastern South Carolina...

* until 615 am EDT

* at 453 am EDT... Doppler radar indicated heavy rain due to
thunderstorms along the coast. This will cause minor flooding.
Overflowing poor drainage areas will result in minor flooding in
the advisory area. 1 to 2 inches of rain have already fallen over
parts of northeast Charleston County between Whitehall Terrace and
Awendaw.

* Some locations that will experience flooding include... James
Island... Mount Pleasant... McClellanville... downtown Charleston...
Fort Sumter... Isle of Palms... Folly Beach and sullivan's island.

An additional 1 to 2 inches of rain is expected over the area prior
to daybreak. Minor flooding of low lying and poor drainage areas is
likely.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Due to the heavy rainfall occurring within a few hours of high
tide... minor flooding is likely in coastal locations. Be especially
cautious when traveling through low-lying areas near the coast.


Lat... Lon 3298 7934 3298 7951 3289 7955 3274 7983
      3267 7986 3259 7997 3256 8005 3265 8021
      3283 7989 3285 7990 3288 7985 3292 7984
      3295 7977 3299 7977 3313 7964 3316 7956
      3315 7952 3303 7932



Local Storm Report



06/30/2016 0524 PM

1 miles E of Charleston, Charleston County.

High astr tides, reported by tide gage.


            The Thursday evening high tide peaked at 7.01 feet mean
            lower low water at the nos tide gage on Charleston
            Harbor. Shallow salt water flooding typically begins
            when the tide level reaches 7 ft MLLW.





06/30/2016 0524 PM

1 miles E of Charleston, Charleston County.

High astr tides, reported by tide gage.


            The Thursday evening high tide peaked at 7.01 feet mean
            lower low water at the nos tide gage on Charleston
            Harbor. Shallow salt water flooding typically begins
            when the tide level reaches 7 ft MLLW.



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