Tropical Storm Elsa is delivering heavy rain as it moves up the East Coast. More than 50 million Americans are under flash flood watches over the next 24 hours.
Tropical Storm Elsa
Many folks in the Midlands woke up to lots of rain this morning, but Elsa had more of an impact in the Lowcountry. Port Royal in Beaufort County saw downed power lines and trees knocked down from the storm.
While damage from Elsa was minimal here in South Carolina, the same can not be said for Florida and Georgia. The storms remnants are now headed to the northeast.
By Russ Bynum and Curt Anderson
Tropical Storm Elsa killed at least one person in Florida on Wednesday and injured several others at a Georgia Navy base.
Stay updated with the ABC Columbia Weather Team as Chief Meteorologist John Farley and Tyler Ryan track the storm’s progress and how it will affect us in the Palmetto State.
Due to rain expected from Tropical Storm Elsa, the City of Columbia is urging drivers to avoid flood prone streets and intersections.
Tropical Storm Elsa made landfall in Florida a short time ago. Chief Meteorologist John Farley and Tyler Ryan are tracking the storm and will keep you up to date on air and online at abccolumbia.com.
Rescue crews in Surfside are bracing for even tougher conditions from Tropical Storm Elsa. The storm is expected to make landfall in Florida tonight.
Gov. McMaster, SCEMD urge South Carolinians to finalize preparation plans ahead of Tropical Storm Elsa
State officials are urging South Carolinians to finalize their storm preparation plans ahead of Tropical Storm Elsa.