(Georgetown, SC) -- Hurricane Ian is making landfall in South Carolina.
The storm reformed into a hurricane over the Atlantic Ocean after leaving a devastating path in Florida.
Ian made landfall northeast of Charleston and is tracking to head to North Carolina.
The worst storm impacts will be felt along the Grand Strand and back into the Pee Dee area.
With the storm tracking further north than was expected a day ago, the impacts for the Midlands have lessened.
We still will experience heavy rains and occasional tropical storm force wind gusts throughout the afternoon.
There have been reports of downed trees scattered across the area.