[embed-1] Hunkering down for Hurricane Dorian? You may want to snag some sandbags in case water rises in your area (and if the storm stays on track to hug our coastline, there’s a potential for up to 10 inches of rain).

Here’s where you can still get sandbags in the area — please email connelly@charlestoncitypaper.com if we’re missing a location, or if any of these spots have run out of supplies.

There is free sand available at Lowe’s on Dorchester Road, with sandbags available for purchase.

Beginning at 10 a.m. Tues. Sept. 3 sandbags and sand (limit 12 sandbags per household) will be available in Dorchester County at the following locations: Gahagan Park, Oakbrook Middle School, Dubose Middle School, Dorchester County Courthouse, Ridgeville Town Hall, and Harleyville Town Hall. Must have military ID or state-issued ID as proof of residence.

Berkeley County has filled 32,250 bags and have delivered 1,000 tons of sand to 25 different locations. Use their interactive map to find a location near you.

Sand and sand bags are available for the residents of St. Pauls Fire District, which includes Edisto Island, Adams Run, Parkers Ferry, Town of Hollywood, and more. You can pick these up at 6488 Hwy. 162.

The town of Mt. Pleasant has made a second sand delivery to Memorial Waterfront Park (99 Harry Hallman Blvd.), R. L. Jones Recreational Complex (391 Egypt Road), and the Park West Recreation Complex (1251 Park West Blvd).