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A new national report on the country's future climate shows how South Carolina not only can expect increased coastal flooding but also a more aggressive wildfire season, human health problems, less viable military bases and steep economic losses. 

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Gale winds pushed up high tide water Friday to cause widespread flooding across the low lying waterfronts and streets. Then came the rain. It all goes away on Saturday, leaving South Carolina a few degrees warmer than the chilly Thanksgiving holiday. Less than an inch of rain is expected.