flooding topic page

3:59 pm on Friday October 16, 2015

A time-lapse of the rain that hit S.C. from Oct 2nd - Oct 5th

Four days of non-stop weather from the weather radar's view.
2:20 am on Wednesday November 13, 2013

Climate change expected to have big impact on Southeast

More heat, flooding, and drought is expected to hit the Southeast as the world's climate warms.
7:44 am on Thursday October 3, 2013

A look below the City of Charleston

Charleston may have no subway, but more underground tunnels are being cored as the the multi-million dollar project to Market Street flooding continues.
11:34 am on Friday September 20, 2013

SCDOT: $5.6 million worth of road damage caused by rain

State transportation officials say a summer of record-setting rains caused $5.6 million in damage to 132 roads across South Carolina.
1:05 am on Wednesday September 4, 2013

Work progressing on Market Street flooding, but it won't end until 2018

The second of three phases is expected to stretch until at least August 2014, and the biggest results in the Market Street drainage project likely won't be seen until all work is done, slated for 2018.
1:33 am on Monday July 22, 2013

Raft required to rescue woman in downtown Charleston

Downtown flooding prevented emergency vehicles from reaching a woman, so they had to turn to a floating solution.
12:17 am on Wednesday July 3, 2013

Beavers to blame for some local flooding

Some residents of Haystack Way in the Carolina Forest area of Myrtle Beach blame the dramatic flooding in their neighborhood on beavers living in drainage pipes. View Larger Map
3:28 am on Friday June 21, 2013

Sick of Charleston rainstorm flooding?

Can't deal with the flooding that happens in downtown when a rainstorm meets the high tide — don't worry, it should all be fixed by 2020.
1:03 am on Thursday June 20, 2013

Wednesday flooding rounup

Charleston weather savant Jared Smith offers a few photos, commentary, and photo linkage from Wednesday's canal, er, street flooding.
3:20 am on Friday June 7, 2013

Where does it flood and how high in Charleston?