This aerial photo shows flooding around Aberdeen Country Club in Longs, South Carolina, on Tuesday, October 6. South Carolina experienced record rainfall amounts over the weekend, forcing hundreds of evacuations and rescues.
A woman uses her boat to check on neighbors and see if they want to evacuate in Summerville, South Carolina, on Monday, October 5.
Police officers carry a woman to dry land after she was rescued from her home in the St. Andrews area of Columbia, South Carolina, on October 5.
Neighbors and friends help clean up a home affected by flooding in Columbia on October 5.
Five-month-old Jeremiah Odum, left, and his 2-year-old brother, Braxton Odum, nap on a cot in a high school gymnasium being used as a Red Cross shelter for flood evacuees in Rowesville, South Carolina, on October 5.
Rescue teams wait for an emergency vehicle in the Forest Acres neighborhood of Columbia on Monday, October 5.
An oil sheen floats atop floodwater in a subdivision west of the Ashley River in Charleston, South Carolina, on October 5.
A dog is cut off from its home in Florence, South Carolina, on October 5. Florence is about 85 miles east of the capital city, Columbia.
Hunter Baker drives his boat down a flooded East Black Creek Road to his home following heavy rains in Florence on October 5.
A man makes his way through floodwaters in the parking lot of The Citadel Beach Club on Isle of Palms, South Carolina, on October 5. Charleston and surrounding areas are still struggling with flooding, as are areas 100 miles inland.
Members of Norfolk Fire-Rescue pull a man from his car in Norfolk, Virginia, on Sunday, October 4.
David Linnen takes a yard rake to clear drains in front of the Winyah Apartments in Georgetown, South Carolina, on October 4.