Charleston Flood/Weather Updates (Sunday)

Last update at 12:26 pm on 10/4/15

Here's the latest regarding the weather/flooding:


  • Flooding continues with more record rainfall possible (ABC News 4).
  • Charleston Police: "If you believe your safety is in danger call 911, don't wait."
  • The peninsula is still closed. Only residents and emergency personnel are being allowed into the area.
  • Here are the current road closures
  • Closings and Cancellations
  • Dorchester County is encouraging citizens to stay home so they can continue assessment and rescue missions.
    • The county is once again implementing a curfew from 6 pm until 7 am on Monday.
  • Charleston County residents with questions about weather conditions can call 843-746-3900
    • SC Emergency Management has created a phone line for severe weather questions: 1-866-246-0133
    • If you are a Charleston resident and need sand bags, Call 843-724-7367. The sandbags have to be picked up, they will not be delivered.
  • CPD: Use caution if you are walking as the rain may have popped off manhole covers.
    • Report overflowing manholes by calling 843-727-6800
  • Just announced: CARTA is suspending service for the rest of the day. The system is aiming to resume normal service on Monday morning.
  • Lowe’s in West Ashley is providing 100 Community Outreach Buckets to the public. The buckets contain gloves, bottles of water, a respirator and trash bags. It is first come first serve. The telephone number for Hall is 843-852-9099.  Lowes is located at 3125 Glenn McConnell Parkway.
  • All City of Charleston parking garages are open for residents to park in for free during the rain. Cars must be removed by noon on Monday.
  • Follow Holy City Sinner on Twitter for the most up-to-date information, pictures of flooding, and more.



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