Tropical Depression Nicole Brings Heavy Rain to Southeastern US

Tropical Depression Nicole brought heavy rainfall to the southeastern United States on Friday, November 11, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC).

The storm made landfall in Florida as a Category 1 hurricane on Thursday, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.

The NWS recorded 1.36 inches (34.5 mm) of rainfall in the Charleston area on Thursday, as Nicole caused a “dangerous storm surge.”

Video posted by Derek Baker on Thursday shows rain pouring as wind gusts blow in Moncks Corner, South Carolina.

The NHC warned that Nicole’s “threat of heavy rain and tornadoes” continued into Friday. Credit: Derek Baker via Storyful

Video Transcript

- Ooh, leftover remnants from Hurricane Nicole here up in South Carolina. It's amazing how far-reaching the effects of a storm are. Hurricane Nicole made landfall about 460 miles south of me in southern Florida, and it's been over land all day weakening. But this is what the leftover remnants of Hurricane Nicole look like here in South Carolina.

Ooh, leftover remnants from Hurricane Nicole here up in South Carolina. It's amazing how far-reaching the effects of a storm are. Hurricane Nicole made landfall about 460 miles South of me in southern Florida, and it's been over land all day weakening. But this is what the leftover remnants of Hurricane Nicole look like here in South Carolina.