Sally in the Upstate

An SUV passes a stalled vehicle in the intersection of U.S. Highway 98 and Santa Rosa Boulevard on Okaloosa Island on Wednesday morning as wind and rain from Hurricane Sally pounded the Emerald Coast. Hurricane Sally
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By 106.3 WORD

As the tail of Hurricane Sally crosses over the Upstate, a flash flood warning is in effect until 2:00pm for Anderson and Abbeville Counties.

Flooding is a concern in the Upstate as well.

Meteorologist Ray Miller from Weatherology and the WORD Weather Center reports the heaviest rain is expected Thursday midday to afternoon raising concerns for flooding.

 

As of 9:30am Thursday, two and half inches of rain have already fallen in the Anderson and Abbeville areas... with another inch expected. Flash flooding is anticipated... including but not limited to

SMALL CREEKS AND STREAMS, HIGHWAYS, STREETS AND UNDERPASSES AS WELL AS OTHER

DRAINAGE AND LOW LYING AREAS.

ANDERSON, BELTON, PENDLETON, CALHOUN

FALLS, DUE WEST, IVA, AND STARR are all effected..​

Four to six inches of rain is expected in our area.