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North Carolina Severe Weather outbreak April 19, 2019

Much of the North Carolina Coastal Plains was impacted by heavy rain, severe thunderstorms, and tornadoes on Friday April 19, 2019. This storm event prompted the National Weather Service (NWS) to issue

  • 12 flood warnings,
  • 76 severe thunderstorm warnings, and
  • 51 tornado warnings.

Below are some images from this destructive severe weather outbreak:

 

Lincolnton, NC (30 miles NW of Charlotte, NC)

Near Goldsboro, NC

 

Lincoln County, Near Charlotte, NC

Johnston County, Near Raleigh, NC

 

Lincolnton, NC (30 miles NW of Charlotte, NC)

Winston-Salem, NC

 

Winston-Salem, NC

NE of Raleigh, NC

 

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