The Nationwide Climate Service in Charleston has issued a flash flood warning for parts of South Carolina, together with the southeastern counties of Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester County till 10:15 a.m. ET.
As a lot as four inches of rain has already fallen since Wednesday afternoon, with heavier rainbands from Dorian anticipated to deliver as a lot as 1 to 2 inches per hour via Thursday morning, the climate service mentioned.
Flash flooding is predicted to start shortly in areas together with Church Creek in West Ashley, Downtown Charleston, North Charleston, Mount Nice, Goose Creek, Hanahan, McClellanville, Edisto Seashore and Middleton Place.
Extra rainfall quantities of as much as 5 to six inches are attainable within the warned areas, with the potential to rise to eight to 10 inches.
The heavy rainfall will peak between Thursday afternoon via Friday night.