Just hours after Tropical Storm Danny made landfall late Monday near the Georgia-South Carolina border, it weakened to a Tropical Depression, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Heavy rains will continue across Georgia and South Carolina into late Tuesday, when the storm is expected to dissipate.
Tropical storm warnings that were issued for portions of the South Carolina coast as the storm approached were disbanded late Monday.
Earlier, AccuWeather meteorologist Nicole LoBiondo told USA TODAY that “gusty winds are possible with this storm, but the main threat to land will be any persistent downpours where flash flooding is possible, especially in any low-lying and poor drainage areas.”
Rough surf and stronger-than-normal rip currents were likely
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