Folly Beach flooded Sunday as slow-moving storms passed over Charleton County.
The National Weather Service in Charleston issued a flash flood warningfor Folly Beach, Johns Island and Kiawah through 1:30 p.m.
Showers and thunderstorms are expected to continue through 5 p.m.
The National Weather Service urges residents to avoid driving down flooded streets as the water is usually deeper than it apears and the road may be washed out.
Follow our live weather blog for constant updates.
Visitors to Folly Beach shoot photos of a flooded East Cooper Ave Sunday afternoon. Folly Beach streets flooded from a slow-moving thunderstorms that crossed the region. The National Weather Service in Charleston issued a flash flooding warning for Folly Beach, Johns Island and Kiawah with Folly catching the brunt of the storms. (Brad Nettles/Staff) 7/6/14×
Floating coconuts on Folly Beach. Photo courtesy of Cacky Rivers.×
Photo of flooding on Folly Beach Sunday, July 6. Courtesy of Meg John.×
This photo from reader Kim Pupke on Sunday July 6 shows about 2 feet of water on East Cooper Avenue near Center Street.×
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