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The National Weather Service said at least two radar-indicated tornadoes touched down in our region on Monday afternoon, but at least two more could be confirmed as officials investigate the aftermath.The NWS said the first touchdown was just after 2 p.m. near Lowndesville, 13 miles northeast of Elberton. The second tornado touched down about 2:45 p.m., 6 miles northeast of Abbeville. “We are seeing damage from at least four locations that was likely caused by tornadoes,” WYFF News 4 Chief Meteorologist Chris Justus said. Those areas are one in Elbert County, two in Abbeville and one in Greenwood County.The NWS will be surveying the locations to confirm tornadic activity.”We saw debris on our radar which indicates damage and have clear damage reports from those areas,” Justus said.The one in Greenwood County as reported on Calhoun Road.WYFF News 4 photojournalist Codie Sloan took these photos (below) below of a storage facility in that area heavily damaged by the storms.The video below is from WYFF News 4 viewer Tim Hodges who said a tornado blew through the area along John’s Creek Road in Hodges, in Greenwood County.Several counties in our area were under a tornado warning for most of the afternoon.Below are some pictures of damage in Greenwood County where a tree fell on a woman’s car while she was driving. She wasn’t injured. Some school districts delayed dismissal under the threat passed. On Tuesday, we will see a similar pattern with the threat of isolated storms between noon and 7 p.m. Showers and a few storms are also possible on Wednesday, but conditions begin to dry out after that.Large hail was associated with many of the severe storms that blew through the area.WYFF News 4 viewer Bailey Cobb sent the photo below of beautifully=shaped hail that came down in Coronac, in Greenwood County.Pictures below show damage in Elbert County provided by Elbert County Emergency Services: Track rain and storms on interactive radar here.Extended forecastHow to get up-to-the-minute weather alerts from WYFF News 4Weather alerts for your areaMake sure to download the WYFF News 4 app to keep updated with the severe weather Earlier in the day, a tree fell on Stone Avenue in Greenville. The tree landed on a woman’s car but she was not injured.

The National Weather Service said at least two radar-indicated tornadoes touched down in our region on Monday afternoon, but at least two more could be confirmed as officials investigate the aftermath.

The NWS said the first touchdown was just after 2 p.m. near Lowndesville, 13 miles northeast of Elberton.

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The second tornado touched down about 2:45 p.m., 6 miles northeast of Abbeville.

“We are seeing damage from at least four locations that was likely caused by tornadoes,” WYFF News 4 Chief Meteorologist Chris Justus said. Those areas are one in Elbert County, two in Abbeville and one in Greenwood County.

The NWS will be surveying the locations to confirm tornadic activity.

“We saw debris on our radar which indicates damage and have clear damage reports from those areas,” Justus said.

The one in Greenwood County as reported on Calhoun Road.

WYFF News 4 photojournalist Codie Sloan took these photos (below) below of a storage facility in that area heavily damaged by the storms.

Storm damage on Calhoun Road, in Greenwood County

Storm damage on Calhoun Road, in Greenwood County

Storm damage on Calhoun Road, in Greenwood County

Storm damage on Calhoun Road, in Greenwood County

The video below is from WYFF News 4 viewer Tim Hodges who said a tornado blew through the area along John’s Creek Road in Hodges, in Greenwood County.

Several counties in our area were under a tornado warning for most of the afternoon.

Below are some pictures of damage in Greenwood County where a tree fell on a woman’s car while she was driving. She wasn’t injured.

greenwood storm damage

greenwood storm damage

Some school districts delayed dismissal under the threat passed.

On Tuesday, we will see a similar pattern with the threat of isolated storms between noon and 7 p.m.

Showers and a few storms are also possible on Wednesday, but conditions begin to dry out after that.

Large hail was associated with many of the severe storms that blew through the area.

WYFF News 4 viewer Bailey Cobb sent the photo below of beautifully=shaped hail that came down in Coronac, in Greenwood County.

hail from storms in coronac, in greenwood county

Pictures below show damage in Elbert County provided by Elbert County Emergency Services:

tornado damage in elbert county

Elbert County Emergency Services

tornado damage in elbert county

Elbert County Emergency Services

tornado damage in elbert county

Elbert County Emergency Services

tornado damage in elbert county

Elbert County Emergency Services

Earlier in the day, a tree fell on Stone Avenue in Greenville. The tree landed on a woman’s car but she was not injured.

Stone Avenue tree down

Stone Avenue tree down

Tree down on Stone Avenue

WYFF

Tree down on Stone Avenue



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