It rained heavily in Charleston, enough to snarl traffic with flooding detours.   Locals are still recovering from the horrific storm earlier in October that dropped 17 inches of rain in 17 hours.  They’re also recovering from the storm of criticism for the delay in taking down the Confederate flag from the statehouse.  They finally passed that bill in June of 2015, in order to calm racial tensions following the mass murder of a black Bible study group by a white supremacist, right here in Charleston.