In South Carolina, heavy rainfall throughout the night. At least an additional 12 inches are expected and up to seven feet of stormy tide can be created, posing a major risk of flash flooding. More than 70 roads in the Charleston area are already closed for emergency purposes as stormy weather floods the city with water and wind gusts have already hit 75 mph. While the hurricane is buffering the coast, it is forecast that these speeds may escalate to 90 mph. Jamie Yukas reports.
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