Trick-or-treaters could be in for a wet Halloween tonight.
There's potential for severe weather including cloud-to-ground lightning, strong winds, isolated tornadoes and heavy rain triggering localized flooding, Greenwood County Emergency Management Coordinator George McKinney said. The severe weather is most likely from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Once the front passes at about 6 p.m., McKinney said the area could see strong winds gusting to 30 mph. Sustained winds should be between 10-20 mph, and showers will stick around until about 8 p.m., potentially putting a damper on trick-or-treating.