Charleston County Tornado Warning expires
CHARLESTON COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - At midnight a Tornado warning issued for Charleston County expired.
The warning, issued Friday night by the National Weather Service, applied to portions of Charleston County.
Locations that were impacted by the warning include Johns Island, Seabrook Island, Kiawah Island, Meggett, Rockville, Yonges Island, Bears Bluff and Wadmalaw Island.
“Tornado warning expires, but I’m still watching this area of rotation,” Live 5 Chief Meteorologist Bill Walsh said. “If you are in the Johns Island area, Hollywood, West Ashley or southern Charleston County, monitor this storm and be ready to take cover.”
The National Weather Service says the Mount Pleasant Public Works Building sustained roof damage. The building’s sign was also blown over and damaged; however, no other damages have been reported.
Good rotation with this tornado warning moving North at 20 mph.— Bill Walsh (@BILLWALSHTV) September 10, 2022
* Locations impacted include:
Johns Island, Seabrook Island, Kiawah Island, Meggett, Rockville,
Yonges Island, Bears Bluff and Wadmalaw Island. Take cover now in these areas. pic.twitter.com/2zyNYleXgN
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