This system took full advantage of the warm waters of the Gulf Stream on Monday, strengthening into Tropical Storm Danny about 45 miles off the coast of South Carolina. It officially made landfall just north of Hilton Head Island shortly before 8pm Monday evening.
It is a compact storm, with mainly localized impacts. Flooding continues to be a concern around the Georgia/South Carolina border where some spots have picked up over 8″ of rain in just a few hours.
Danny will wind down as it moves further inland, but will spread tropical moisture and scattered showers and storms into the Appalachians in the coming days.