CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Tropical Storm Elsa is moving away from South Carolina after lashing the Lowcountry with heavy rain, gusty winds, and some flooding early Thursday morning.
The storm sparked several tornado warnings overnight, but damage from the storm was not widespread.
News 2 viewers have been sharing photos of debris and issues caused by Elsa, including downed trees on Edisto Island, flooding, and damage to some property. If you would like to share photos with us, click the button below.
SLIDE SHOW: LOCAL DAMAGE FROM TROPICAL STORM ELSA
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