The Charleston City Police Department has just rolled out its new list of road closures. As the sky opens up and the sea comes to reclaim what was once its own, the following streets are closed due to flooding:

Ashley between Broad and Tradd

Colonial between Tradd and Broad

Barre/Wentworth intersection

Bennett between Ashley and Rutledge

South Market from Church to East Bay

America between Cooper and Lee

Drake between South and Chapel

Morrison between Stuart and Cooper

America between South and Amherst

Hagood between Line and Fishburne

Coming between Beaufain and Wentworth

Huger/President intersection

Huger between Columbus and Lee

Gordon between 12th and Rutledge

Simmons between Darlington and Enston

Beaufain between Lockwood and Coming

Piedmont between Maple and Peachtree

Morris between St. Phillip and Smith

Huger between Senate and Meeting

King at Huger

Washington between Calhoun and Hasell

Rutledge between Calhoun and Bennett

Ashley between Calhoun and Bennett

Calhoun at Rutledge

Vanderhorst between Rutledge and Coming

Rutledge between Sheppard and Fishburne

President between Highway 17 and Fishburne

Pinckney between Church and Meeting

Calhoun between Elizabeth and East Bay

Cannon at President

Bee at President

The Crosstown

Keats/Oak Forest intersection

Brownswood at Summertree

Spring at Kracke

Fleming at Stir Creek

Winners Circle

Bohicket Road at Maybank Highway

Harbor View Road at Lawton Place

Southwick Road at Brownsfield Road

Killfish, Dunwick, Southwick

Savannah Highway at Orleans Road (outside lane)

Playground Road at Falkirk Drive — Open

Wappoo Road at Grech Street — Wappoo is open; Grech is closed.

Lindendale Avenue at Riverdale Drive

St. Terese Drive at Moore Drive

Morrison Drive at the International Longshoremen’s Association

Summertrees Boulevard

Winborn Drive from Dills Bluff Road to Quaill Drive

Secessionville Road at Woodview Lane

Nottingham Drive at W. Robinhood Drive

Folly southbound from Signal Pointe Road to Rafeal Lane

Grimball Road Extension

Hickory Knoll Way at Maybank Highway

Seacroft Road

Towne Street at Maybank Highway

Calhoun Street at Smith Street

Central Park Road

Lockwood at Broad

Main from U.S. 17 to River Road

Hickory Knoll

Battle Ground Road

Stono Ferry front gate at Hwy 162 – flooded but passable

Signal Point off of Folly Road Salters Hill Road at Jenkins

Montgomery Road – flooded but passable

Smith St/ Radcliffe St – CLOSEDSavannah Hwy/Farmfield – CLOSED

Savannah Hwy/Apollo – CLOSED

Shadowmoss Parkway/Heather Glen – CLOSED

Shadowmoss Parkway/Hunters Forest – CLOSED

Dunvegan from Shadowmoss Pkwy to Still Shadow – CLOSED

Bees Ferry from 61 to Foxhall Rd – PASSABLE – ONE LANE SOUTHBOUND

Rutledge/Tradd – CLOSED

Murray Blvd from Coast Guard Station to King St – CLOSED

Isabella from Meeting to N Nassau – CLOSED

N Romney from Meeting to N Nassau – CLOSED

61 at Wallace School Rd – CLOSED

All side streets on 61 from Ashley Hall to Wesley Dr – CLOSED

St Andrews Gardens Apts (1385 Ashley River Rd) – CLOSED

Calhoun between Meeting and East Bay – CLOSED

The City of Charleston has opened parking garages downtown for free until 6 p.m. Sunday. 

The City Market will be closed Friday and Saturday due to the risk of extreme flooding. 

The Citadel, College of Charleston, MUSC, Charleston School of Law, Charleston Southern and Trident Technical College classes are canceled Friday. The South Carolina Aquarium will remain closed Friday and Saturday.

The SAT testing center at Wando High School will be also be closed on Oct. 3, and the SAT administration has been postponed until Oct. 17. Students are advised to access their SAT account to update their registration.

This list will be updated as conditions change.

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