(CHARLESTON, S.C.) -- The City of Charleston Emergency Management officials are urging area motorists to exercise caution while driving Monday.
As high tide approaches at noon, the forecast calls for continued rain with above-average tides, making for dangerous driving conditions, according to Charleston Police.
"Motorists are asked to stay aware of the weather and if warranted consider alternate plans before beginning their travel," officials said in a statement.
Travelers are also encouraged to avoid areas of standing water.
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