Tornado Watch has been released for most Triad regions; damage reported in Wilkes County
Tornado Watch has been released for most Triad regions; damage reported in Wilkes County. (WGHP) – Tornado Watch was released in the following regions in the FOX8 viewing area until 4 a.m. Wednesday:
Tornado warnings issued earlier in the day in Alleghany, Caswell, Patrick, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, Wilkes and Yadkin counties have expired.
Erick Paylor, along with the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Blacksburg, Virginia, said the NWS had received one confirmed report of a storm from Emergency Management in Wilkes County.
There was damage to the house on Clingman Road, one distance north-west and west of Ronda. Several trees were down.
No other damage was reported.
There is an ongoing debate on when the NWS team will go to Wilkes County for testing, Paylor said.
No injuries were reported at this time.
At 3:41 pm, the National Weather Service issued a new hurricane warning.
This new warning expired at 4:15 p.m.
While it originally covered the northwestern parts of Henry County, southwest of Franklin County and northeast of Patrick County, it was later relocated to include parts southwest of Franklin County.
At 3:41 pm the strongest hurricane-producing storm was found above Bassett, traveling northwest at 20 mph.
It was the fourth warning issued in our area on Tuesday. The first expired at 3:15 p.m. in Patrick County, the other two expired at 3:45 p.m.
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