That rain out there tonight won’t going away any time soon.

Another wave in a set of rainy weather fronts out of the Gulf of Mexico is washing over the Lowcountry. It’s expected to keep pouring at least through Friday night. An inch or two of rain could fall, said Jonathan Lamb, meteorologist with the National Weather Service, Charleston.

It could be worse; a cold rain-sleet mix with maybe a little non-accumulating snow was forecast for the Upstate.

High tide is at 9 a.m. Friday. With an onshore wind, that could cause minor flooding of downtown streets and other usual places.

Read more in tomorrow’s editions of The Post and Courier.