Severe t-storms and funnel clouds Sunday over parts of SE NC - WECT TV6-WECT.com:News, weather & sports Wilmington, NC

Severe t-storms and funnel clouds Sunday over parts of SE NC

 

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WECT) – Clusters of strong to severe thunderstorms moved through southeast North Carolina Sunday afternoon and evening.    Many WECT viewers reported funnel clouds around Leland around 4:30 Sunday afternoon.  Click the link for pictures and video of the funnels http://pics.wect.com/.

Other reports of severe weather included hail covering the ground near Castle Hayne.  Quarter size hail was reported about an hour after the funnel cloud in Leland near highway 74/76.  There were also reports of trees and power lines down near Boiling Spring Lakes and Silver Lake.

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