NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD)- Several roads in North Charleston have been closed due to flooding on Monday.

According to the North Charleston Police Department, the following roads were impacted as of 4:30 p.m.:

  • Rivers Avenue and Otranto Road
  • Rivers Avenue and Taylor Street
  • Rivers Avenue between Rebecca Street and I-526
  • Rivers Avenue eastbound from Goose Creek at NAD/ North Bridge
  • Gable Street
  • Shadow Oak Drive
  • Northwoods Boulevard
  • Remount Road near Dakota Street towards Rivers Avenue
  • Adaline Street
  • Crossroads Drive
  • Little Sydneys Way and Sprocket Lane
  • City Hall Lane
  • Antler Drive between Greenridge Road and Otranto Road
  • Greenridge Road and Bienville Road
  • Greenridge Road and Rivers Avenue
  • Greenridge Road prior to Deerwood Drive
  • Delhi Road and Long Shadow Lane
  • Regency Elm Drive and Sprocket Lane
  • Leeds Avenue and Dorchester Road
  • Dorchester Road and Highpoint Drive
  • Dorchester Road and I-526
  • Dorchester Road and Rivers Avenue
  • Dorchester Road and Meeting Street Road
  • W. Montague Avenue and I-526
  • W. Montague Avenue and Saul White Boulevard
  • Remus Street and Commander Road
  • Spruill Avenue and Stromboli Avenue
  • E. Montague Avenue and Morningside Drive
  • E. Montague Avenue and Mixon Avenue
  • Azalea Drive and Rourk Street
  • Midland Park Road and Townsend Road
  • Viaduct Road and Bainbridge Avenue

Motorists are urged to avoid the area until the water recedes.

“Our officers say most of the same roads are still flooded, however water levels are slowly receding. Please continue to drive carefully and avoid driving through flooded roads,” the department posted on Twitter shortly before 4:30 p.m.

Flooding is also impacting several roads in downtown Charleston. Click here for a list of road closures.

Storm Team 2 Chief Meteorologist Rob Fowler said steady rain is expected to impact the Charleston area into the late afternoon. Charleston County is under a moderate flood advisory until 5:00 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.

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