Southern Charm Cast Responds to Record-Breaking South Carolina Floods
Find out how the #SouthernCharm crew is handling the devastating weather conditions across the state.
South Carolina has seen record-breaking rainfall over the last week, with recent storms reportedly including 11.5 inches of rain on Saturday (October 3) in Charleston alone. President Obama declared a state of emergency in South Carolina, and Governor Nikki Haley shared on Sunday (October 4) that the state has had the worst rainfall "in 1,000 years." As South Carolina residents continue to face the outcome of the flooding, the Southern Charm cast has taken to Twitter to let fans know how they are faring in the wake of such devastating weather conditions.
A man braves the flood in a kayak in Tall Pines Circle om October 4 in Columbia, South Carolina.
Also in Columbia, a car is blocked by a fallen tree.
Homes have been affected by floods throughout Souht Carolina, including the state's capital, Columbia.
Cameran Eubanks prepped for the storm by making sure she had enough to eat.
At some point, Craig Conover even braved conditions and surveyed the scene from his boat.
Shep Rose shared a photo of flooded out conditions, writing, "Totally flooded in on the east side. I'm a Trap King." And he even showed some sense of humor about it, poking fun at Hurricane Joaquin.
With everyone finding different ways to pass the time during the storm, Landon Clements revealed the different ways she was dealing with the weather — which included cocktails and surfing with her Southern Charm pals.
On Monday (October 5), Landon revealed what her life is like "after the storm."
Those looking to help residents affected by the flooding can visit the Red Cross' website. Both volunteers and donations are needed. “We are helping families across South Carolina that are in need of shelter, disaster relief and comfort,” regional chief executive officer of the American Red Cross in South Carolina Louise Welch Williams told WCBD. “We are also welcoming members of the community who want to help to join us as Red Cross disaster volunteers.”