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Terrible Flooding in SC (Original Post) stage left Oct 2015 OP
I can't get a hold of a friend who lives on Rosewood rbrnmw Oct 2015 #1
Oh, no stage left Oct 2015 #7
Columbia rbrnmw Oct 2015 #10
Good. stage left Oct 2015 #12
Whoah 21 inches lovuian Oct 2015 #2
It's like nothing stage left Oct 2015 #8
Two Knotch is flooded pretty bad I was told rbrnmw Oct 2015 #11
Yeah, stage left Oct 2015 #13
Stay safe. CentralMass Oct 2015 #3
After all these years in the desert Warpy Oct 2015 #4
I know. stage left Oct 2015 #9
Stay safe malaise Oct 2015 #5
Thanks. stage left Oct 2015 #14
My cousin lives outside of Charleston Siwsan Oct 2015 #6
I hope they're ok. stage left Oct 2015 #15
Two feet of rain!!! stage left Oct 2015 #16

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8. It's like nothing
Sun Oct 4, 2015, 08:06 PM
Oct 2015

the midlands of SC has ever seen. The mall, Richland Mall in Columbia, where one of my daughter's friends works, is almost completely underwater.


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4. After all these years in the desert
Sun Oct 4, 2015, 05:37 PM
Oct 2015

I can barely wrap my head around 2 inches of rain. 21 inches of it is simply incomprehensible.

It looks like repairs are going to be extensive and take a very long time with so many roads and bridges washed away.

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14. Thanks.
Sun Oct 4, 2015, 11:39 PM
Oct 2015

I'm in Greenville and we only got like six inches of rain. Our power was out for a bit. A lot of trees down and the Reedy River downtown looked like a miniature Niagra Falls. We missed the brunt of it, though. The Midlands and the coast got hit really hard.

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16. Two feet of rain!!!
Mon Oct 5, 2015, 12:41 AM
Oct 2015

That's right two feet of rain has fallen in Mount Pleasant, SC, across the Cooper River Bridge from Charleston. I've spent several vacations there and used to go through there all the time when I lived in Charleston. A beautiful town.

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