Hail, heavy rain recorded with Charleston-area thunderstorm, tornado watch canceled

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Multiple viewers have reported heavy rain and large hail to ABC News 4 as a severe thunderstorm moved through the Lowcountry Wednesday night.

Hail has been reported in West Ashley, Mount Pleasant and North Charleston. Heavy rain has been reported across the area. Viewers have reported trees down in the Moss Park subdivision in Mount Pleasant.

Rain, hail in Mount Pleasant

UPDATE: the tornado watch has been canceled. Check out this video of hail and rain on Highway 17 in Mount Pleasant from viewer Franky P. View more videos and photos, and get the latest storm and power outage updates here: http://abcnews4.com/news/local/hail-heavy-rain-recorded-with-charleston-area-thunderstorm-as-tornado-watch-continues

Posted by WCIV | ABC News 4 on Wednesday, April 5, 2017

People inside Volvo Cars Stadium on Daniel Island for a media briefing following today's matchups were forced to evacuate.

View more videos and photos of the storm above.

It's hailing at the Volvo Car Open

Posted by WCIV | ABC News 4 on Wednesday, April 5, 2017

One to two inches of rain has likely fallen so far, according to the National Weather Service. Additional rainfall of up to an inch will be possible over the next few hours as light to moderate rain continues to impact the Charleston peninsula.

A severe thunderstorm warning for Charleston and Berkeley counties expired at 9 p.m. The storm was moving east at 45 mph, as of 9 p.m.

A tornado watch that was supposed to be in effect for the Lowcountry until 11 p.m. was canceled at 9:45.

WATCH LIVE: Trees down, properties damage in Mount Pleasant af...

WATCH LIVE: Trees down, properties damaged in Mount Pleasant after storm

Posted by WCIV | ABC News 4 on Wednesday, April 5, 2017

The National Weather Service in Charleston has issued a minor flood advisory for Charleston County until 11:15 p.m. 

Heavy rain in downtown Charleston is causing roads to become impassable. Several roads are closed including Ashley Avenue at Sumter Street, and King Street at Huger Street, according to Charleston Police.

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