MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) Tropical Depression Beryl brought a night of heavy downpours across the Grand Strand and Pee Dee, and those showers will stick around through Wednesday morning.
Track Beryl's pattern on the Storm Team Hurricane tracker. By lunchtime on Wednesday Beryl exits off the Carolina coast and things should begin to dry out.
Storms brought in by Beryl have the potential to bring one to three inches of rain west of I95, three to four inches from I95 to inland Horry County, and possibly as much as four to five inches for coastal Horry County.
You can see when the rain will hit your neighborhood with the mobile radar on the Storm Team Weather App. Download it for free to your iPhone or Android.
A sustained wind of about 20 mph is possible with higher gusts at times. Overall, however, this will likely be low impact.
Beach conditions could get rough throughout the day with moderate to high rip threat, larger than normal waves, and rough seas are expected.