Updates at the bottom.
I hope when you found your umbrella for Monday's deluge that you haven't already forgotten where you put it, because it looks like we're in for another dousing.
Right now the National Weather Service has given the Beaufort area a frightning 90% chance of rain and says that while rain is expected in much of South Carolina, with the heaviest rain to come east of I-95 along the coast with 1 to 3 inches falling.
More rain on the way Thursday - Friday, too?
We're also have good shot of rain earlier on thursday with the Service pegging the odds at 30%, however the repreeve currently forecast for us on Friday is being jepordized by a swirlling mass of trpical moisture expected to soon form into Tropical Storm Nicole and would arrive late in the Lowcountry area late Thursday.
The forecast trajectory of tropical depression 16 as of 5 a.m. Thursday.
Update September 29, 11 a.m.: The tropical depression has officially become Tropical Storm Nicole
and while it's generally headed our way there is a lot of
uncertanty about the track of Nicole and just how long it will be able
to hold its tropical storm status.
We'll keep you posted on developments of the would-be Tropical Storm Nicole, updates you can keep up with on our weather topic page.