Low-lying areas in the Lowcountry face possible tidal flooding until 11 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
Peak tides of about 7.3 feet in Charleston Harbor at around 8 p.m. could lead to some road closings and flooding of property.
The Weather Service warns motorists never to drive through water of unknown depth.
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