Another day of rain with a threat of flooding and severe storms

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A state of emergency is in effect for Autryville after the tornado with winds of 110 miles per hour damaged the fire station and several mobile homes on Tuesday.

The National Weather Service isn't predicting much of a chance of rain throughout today.

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for the midlands of SC. But the man said his mobile home was left intact.

"There might have been a touchdown in [Summer Haven ... but we're still looking at that]", Shashy said.

The two suspected tornadoes, along with another reported in Lancaster County, stemmed from a line of severe storms that made its way across the state Wednesday afternoon.

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The closest tornado watch in effect Tuesday affects the Florida Panhandle, southwest Georgia and southeast Alabama. South Florida has a marginal risk of severe weather.

Watches and warnings are issued by the Storm Prediction Center after consultation with the National Weather Services offices.

The severe weather warning also went into effect for parts of south Georgia, including Valdosta, also were under a tornado watch.

Rain is expected to continue through Thursday with a 60-percent chance of showers before clearing up through the weekend, forecasters say.

On Friday and Saturday skies will be sunny and temperatures will hover in the 80s.