MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - After heavy storms flooded parts of the Grand Strand Tuesday afternoon, we'll face the risk of more storms the next several days.
A Tornado Warning was issued for Scotland County until 6:30 p.m. that warning was canceled, but a severe weather statement from the National Weather Service recommends you stay indoors until this storm has passed, and have on shoes in the event you should have to vacate your home.
That storm the previously indicated rotation still has the capability to produce large hail and damaging winds, even though the system has weakened significantly.
More showers and storms are likely Wednesday across the Grand Strand and Pee Dee. Some of those storms could produce localized flooding along streets and parking lots. Frequent lightning will also be an issue with gusty winds.
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Rain chances continue through the rest of the week although those chances will be decreasing allowing temperatures to slowly rise.
Any of the storms could produce very heavy rain and minor flooding. The clouds and storms will help to keep temperatures in the 80s for highs, but high humidity will still make it feel rather uncomfortable.
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