GUILFORD COUNTY, NC (WFMY) - Guilford County and the American Red Cross will open a disaster shelter Thursday night at 7:30.

The shelter will be at Glenwood Recreation Center (2010 Coliseum Blvd.) in Greensboro.

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The shelter will be available to people in the community displaced by Tropical Storm Michael. Those who want to stay at the shelter are asked to bring their medications, toiletries, a pillow and blanket (or sleeping bag) and a towel. This shelter is available for locals and people who evacuated from other areas. Pets are allowed and will be segregated from people. Service animals are welcome.

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Michael brought rain and strong winds for much of the day Thursday, resulting in flooding in areas throughout the state. A tornado was reported in Reidsville just after 3 p.m. as a tornado warning was issued for Rockingham and Caswell counties.

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