Tue Sep 22, 2020

Tropical Storm Sally remnants to affect Columbus Thursday, Friday

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The expected rainfall totals for Tropical Storm Sally as of Wednesday afternoon.

What is currently Tropical Storm Sally is turning northeast and could cause significant rainfall, winds and tornadoes in the Columbus County area, according to advisories put out by the National Weather Service’s Wilmington office.

“Timing for northeast S.C. and southeast N.C. is Thursday afternoon through the overnight

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