Here's the situation this morning. There is a band of heavy rainfall oriented north to south across South Carolina, while the rain over Georgia is more sporadic and showery.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the area. Avoid low lying areas and nearby creeks, especially Cooper Creek on the east side of the track (from behind the secondary paddock to turn 6). If you're at the track and leaving Sunday morning, you may encounter flooded roads. Do not attempt to cross are road when water is flowing across it! It doesn't take much water to wash a car off the road and carry it downstream.
To clarify again, this rain is not directly associated with Hurricarn Joaquin, but Joaquin is helping to supply abundant tropical moisture into the southeast. Joaquin is still east of the Bahamas, and is expected to stay out to sea as it curves north. Here's a satellite image that shows the connection between Joaquin and the low pressure system over the southeast.