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Tornado Watch effective through 8pm for all of southeast North Carolina

 

A severe t-storm warning is in effect for a small sliver of Columbus county including Boardman until 4 PM.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch including all of southeast North Carolina through 8 PM.   

Showers and thunderstorms capable of producing downpours and damaging gusts are possible for all of southeastern North Carolina through early evening. In addition there is a small risk of a few weak tornadoes.  Stay weather-aware and watch for possible additional weather bulletins.

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