GREENSBORO, N.C. — Severe storms rolled through the Triad on Friday, leaving a trail of damage along the way. 

Whipping winds caused a few downed trees and damage to buildings in Greensboro and High Point. At one point, traffic signals were down at Cone and Elm in Greensboro. 

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In High Point, roof shingles and boards were ripped from an office building on Eastchester Drive. The wind was so strong it even picked up a trampoline and wedged it between two trees in another High Point neighborhood.

We also received many photos of flash flooding in neighborhoods, especially in parts of Alamance County. 

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In Greensboro, the shopping plaza across Pyramid Village on East Cone caught fire on part of the rooftop. Firefighters believe the fire was caused by a lightning strike. 

No one was hurt and the building was evacuated.

Greensboro Firefighters as the storm was moving through the area, they responded to more than a dozen weather-related calls within a 30-minute span. 

At one point there were more than 3,700 power outages in Guilford County, according to the Duke Energy map. Most power has been restored. 

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