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Stormy weather returns to South Carolina tonight-Wednesday

Widespread t-storms will make for a noisy, rainy night across the state as a strong cold front marches through.

A very large wave of showers and t-storms will move into the Upstate late this evening then spread across the state overnight. Most areas will be getting rained on by tomorrow morning, sometimes heavily, so travelers will need to factor in some extra drive time for the early commute.

Those heavy showers may lead to local flooding as some places may pick up 1-2” of rain very quickly. Showers are expected to decrease from northwest to southeast by early to mid-afternoon, and most areas should be rain-free by the evening.

The cold front will drop morning temperatures into the 30s on Thursday and Friday, so plan on wearing a few extra layers to start your day.