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Severe Thunderstorm Warning: Expired for Bladen and Pender County

 

A severe T-storm warning was allowed to expire for a PENDER, and BLADEN COUNTIES at 4:45 PM.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – After the National Weather Service has issued a SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR PENDER, BLADEN, and COLUMBUS as a line with a history of producing damaging winds and hail advances eastward.  Now attention is focused on a strong thunderstorm heading for western Columbus and western Brunswick.

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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