GREENVILLE, S.C. - A series of severe storms tracked from Greenville through Charlotte, North Carolina, damaging some homes and knocking down trees.
No injuries were reported.
Tornado warnings were issued Wednesday evening as the storms rapidly moved just to the south of Interstate 85.
Looks like a tornado did touch down in the Steele Creek area.— Brad Panovich (@wxbrad) December 1, 2016
The National Weather Service says trees fell on several buildings and homes in Simpsonville.
Tree damage was reported in Chester and York counties.
The weather service also says at least one building was damaged in south Charlotte and a tractor trailer was blown over.
In Charlotte damage was also reported at an office building off Arrowood Road in the southwest part of the city.
It appears, by the photos, that something crashed through the roof of the building and into offices.
Another Twitter user also posted a picture of the glass blown out of a door of an office building in Charlotte.
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