Storms are expected to continue bringing rain to Charleston through Sunday and into next week, according to forecasters with the National Weather Service.
Heavy rain on Saturday prompted a flood advisory for downtown Charleston Saturday afternoon. That advisory expired at 5:15 p.m.
While the storm had tapered off by 5 p.m., forecasts continue to show a chance of thunderstorms Saturday night and into Sunday.
Sunday will see a high of 87 degrees and a 40 percent chance of thunderstorms, according to the Weather Service. Sunday night will see a low of 75 and a 30 percent chance of storms.
Saturday's downpour came one day after record-breaking rainfall caused significant flooding in some areas of downtown Charleston.
According to the Weather Service, 2.6 inches of rain fell in downtown between noon and 2:20 p.m. Friday. The previous record for the day, of 2.18 inches, had stood since 1893.
Low-lying areas of Charleston were flooded by mid-afternoon. Water reached bumpers on parked cars, and intersections on Market, Wentworth, East Bay and Fishburne streets were impassible for a time.
Amid the rainfall, part of the roof at popular downtown restaurant Coast Bar and Grill collapsed.
The restaurant was not open for service at the time, with a handful of kitchen staff being present at the time of the structural failure. No injuries were reported.
An investigation into what caused the collapse is ongoing.