Bonnie and heavy rain stall over South Carolina

Tropical Depression Bonnie has stalled after moving inland over South Carolina.
The National Hurricane Center says the center of the storm is barely moving just northwest of Charleston.
Heavy rain bands continue to swing around the storm, bringing several inches of rain to southern South Carolina and eastern Georgia.
Several roads are flooded, including the southbound lanes of Interstate 95, which have been closed for 10 hours about 20 miles north of the Georgia state line.
The Hurricane Center says Bonnie will move slowly up the coast over the next few days and more flooding is possible.
Rip currents and heavy surf are also possible along the Georgia, South Carolina and southern North Carolina beaches.
A 21-year-old man is still missing after disappearing while swimming off Carolina Beach, North Carolina.

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