Charleston, South Carolina residents are hoping to resume some daily routines after this weekend's historic flood levels — but it's not going to be easy.
With some areas of the city receiving nearly 25 inches of rain in the past two days and many neighborhoods still without power or largely isolated due to deep flood waters, a new round of showers is threatening to hit the city — and wind gusts are expected to increase throughout the day.
And if that wasn't bad enough, it's nearly impossible to find an open Starbucks in town.
Dubbed a "1,000 year rain event" by meteorologists, the flooding has been blamed for at least seven deaths throughout the state. In Charleston, hundreds of people had to be evacuated from their homes. More than 30,000 people lost power at the height of the storm.