Columbia, SC (WLTX) - Tropical Depression Beryl brought a good soaking rain to South Carolina.
The storm began moving through the area Tuesday. At least 1 to 2 inches of rain were forecast to fall by Wednesday morning in Columbia. In the southern Midlands, some areas could see anywhere between 2 to 5 inches of rain.
The system touched off a few thunderstorms in the Midlands Tuesday, but none of them were severe. Just because they weren't intense, however, did not mean there wasn't some damage. News19 found a tree limb that fell on two cars along Devine Street.
Later, however, the storm did bring some more intense weather, with severe thunderstorm watches being issued for part of the Southern Midlands and a tornado warning for central Orangeburg County.
There were no immediate reports of damage from that system.
Beryl moved into Florida early Monday morning as a powerful tropical storm. It's expected to drift to the east and over the Atlantic again, and meteorologists say it should restrengthen as a tropical storm; however, it's not forecast to threaten land again.