18 April, 2018
The worst of the snow was focused on the upper Great Lakes, with Green Bay, Wisconsin, seeing its second largest snowstorm ever after 23.2 inches fell as of Sunday afternoon, the National Weather Service said.
Two dogs from two different houses were blown more than 100 yards away when their dog pens - which officials described as "strong outdoor enclosures" - were destroyed.
In North Carolina the weather system is being blamed for a possible tornado near Greensboro.
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An EF0 tornado occurred in Lexington in Lexington County around 2:15 p.m.
On Sunday, Gov. Asa Hutchinson toured damage in Mountainburg, where four people were injured.
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Guilford County Schools Superintendent Sharon Contreras told news reporters that classes would be canceled Tuesday because of the storm.
The estimated 85 to 95 miles per hour wind speeds snapped large tree limbs as the tornado crossed Highways 217 and 215 before dissipating south of Case road.
The National Weather Service confirmed two tornadoes Monday morning, shortly after the storms.
Crews have been working to remove down trees from many roads in the area between Diana and Harelton.
No serious injuries were reported in SC.
More than 50,000 customers are without electricity after storms swept through North and SC, with at least one person dead. A few trees also landed on homes and vehicles. Three schools were damaged so severely that they won't reopen this year and their students are being relocated to other schools. Duke power explained about 43,000 customers lacked another 9,000, also authority in North Carolina from SC. The biggest problems were in Guilford and Mecklenburg counties. Burke County had about half of those outages. About 700 customers were without service in Lancaster County.