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Orangeburg Shop Caught in Flag Crossfire

wltx.com — The flag and memorial is located on a 125-square-foot piece of property. Orangeburg, SC (WLTX) -- The owners an Orangeburg ice cream shop have found themselves in the middle of the Confederate flag battle and it is all over a flag that is not even on their property.

More Heat on the Way

wltx.com — Sunday was the hottest day of the year. Columbia's temperature climbed to 98° and Orangeburg hit 99° on Sunday. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The unseasonably hot weather will continue into the workweek. Temperatures are expected to climb into the triple digits over the next few days.

Warm Weather Continues

wltx.com — The chance for rain will increase on Monday as a cold front moves into the area. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- High pressure anchored well off the East coast will ridge into South Carolina for the weekend. Skies will be partly cloudy with isolated showers and thunderstorms possible in the afternoon on Sunday.

Ana Continues to Weaken

wltx.com — Tropical Storm Warnings are in effect for Horry and Georgetown counties. Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Tropical Storm Ana continues to slowly move towards a Sunday morning landfall near the South Carolina and North Carolina border. Ana transitioned to a tropical storm early Saturday morning as it continues to make its slow march to an eventual landfall.

Tropical Storm Ana makes landfall near Myrtle Beach

wtsp.com — COLUMBIA, S.C ( WTLX). - Tropical Storm Ana made landfall along the South Carolina Coast Sunday morning, becoming the first tropical system of 2015 to hit the United States. The National Hurricane Center said Ana came ashore at approximately 6 a.m. in an area between Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach.

Tropical Storm Ana makes landfall near Myrtle Beach

Tropical Storm Ana makes landfall near Myrtle Beach

usatoday.com — COLUMBIA, S.C. - Tropical Storm Ana made landfall along the South Carolina Coast Sunday morning, becoming the first tropical system of 2015 to hit the United States. The National Hurricane Center said Ana came ashore at approximately 6 a.m. in an area between Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach.

Family Hopes to Prevent More CO Deaths

wltx.com — Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Jeffrey Lee Williams died from carbon monoxide poisoning at a Boone, North Carolina hotel room nearly two years ago. Now his family is now trying to prevent more carbon monoxide deaths in the future.

Severe Weather Possible Sunday

wltx.com — Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Showers and storms will be likely on Sunday, some of the thunderstorms that develop may become severe. A disturbance will move through the area on Sunday, this will spark off showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center currently has all of South Carolina under a slight risk of severe weather on Sunday.

Showers on Sunday

wltx.com — Columbia, SC (WLTX) - The weekend will begin with clouds Saturday morning, but it will be mostly sunny by around midday. Sunshine will help push temperatures into the mid 70s. It should be a nice start to the weekend. However, clouds will be on the increase tonight and it will be cloudy on Sunday.
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Jul 06, 2015

Today in 2001 a tornado came ashore at Myrtle Beach producing an estimated $8 million in damage. #SCweatherfact

Jul 05, 2015

The flash flood warning for parts of Fairfield, Lexington and Richland counties has been cancelled. #scwx

Jul 05, 2015

Flash flood warning until 9:45 PM for parts Lexington, Fairfield and Richland counties. #scwx pic.twitter.com/X0WTzz4Jrx

Jul 05, 2015

No severe weather, but some strong storms moving through the Midlands this evening. #scwx pic.twitter.com/E22EV8bbS3

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