State Climatology Office Documents

The South Carolina State Climatology Office at the Department of Natural Resources publishes a variety of reports and data on climatological and meteorological matters within and outside the state.

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    Historic rainfall event mesoscale synoptic review October 2015 open-file-report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2016-06-29) South Carolina State Climatology Office
    The historic heavy rainfall event of October, 2015 produced record rainfall rates and rainfall totals in South Carolina. The rainfall amounts and distributions across the state were similar in pattern to those normally produced by hurricanes making landfall. The five-day October historic rainfall event and subsequent catastrophic flooding occurred a week after an extended period of state-wide rain from September 24th until the 29th.
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    October 2015 historic flood open-file report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2015-12) South Carolina State Climatology Office; Tyler, Wes
    This is a narrative of South Carolina’s record rains and flooding of October 1-6, 2015.
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    Keystone riverine flooding events in South Carolina
    (South Carolina State Library, 2024-01-03) South Carolina Land, Water, and Conservation Division; South Carolina State Climatology Office
    This document gives descriptions of major floods and the hurricanes that caused them in South Carolina.
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    December 2023 coastal storm : open file report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-12-21) South Carolina State Climatology Office
    This report serves as a preliminary dissemination of information on the impacts of a coastal storm on December 17-18, 2023 across South Carolina.
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    Tropical Storm Idalia - preliminary open file report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-09-06) South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
    This report serves as a preliminary dissemination of information on the impacts of Hurricane Idalia across South Carolina.