South Carolina: Storms move through

The potential for severe weather is lower overnight due to storms to the south blocking fuel for storms locally. However, an isolated severe threat remains through early Thursday morning.12: 30 am Update: Scattered storms continue to move across the Upstate with more storms possible into the morning.11: 35 pm Update: Heavy rain, lightening moving through northern Upstate. More storms possible through early morning.10: 08 pm Update: Flood warning issued for the Saluda River at Chappels, South Carolina, until 8:40 am Thursday.9: 43 pm Update: A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Buncombe, Haywood and Madison counties until 10:30 pm Strong thunderstorms will also impact portions of Mitchell, Avery and Northern Yancey counties through 10:15 pm8: 30 pm Update: Chris has the latest on the severe storm threat above.5 pm Update: A tornado watch has been issued for Cherokee County, North Carolina, until 10 pmHow to get up-to-the-minute weather alerts from WYFF News 4While the risk of severe weather is lower, a few storms could turn severe with the highest risk being strong winds. The risk of storms continues through 2 amDevastating tornadoes blow through SC, Georgia; 1 woman killedWYFF News 4 will be with you throughout the threat timeframe to keep you informed should a tornado warning be issued.Dry and colder conditions take hold heading into the weekend with frost and freeze conditions possible.

The potential for severe weather is lower overnight due to storms to the south blocking fuel for storms locally. However, an isolated severe threat remains through early Thursday morning.

12:30 am Update: Scattered storms continue to move across the Upstate with more storms possible into the morning.

11:35 pm Update: Heavy rain, lightening moving through northern Upstate. More storms possible through early morning.

10:08 pm Update: Flood warning issued for the Saluda River at Chappels, South Carolina, until 8:40 am Thursday.

9:43 pm Update: A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Buncombe, Haywood and Madison counties until 10:30 pm Strong thunderstorms will also impact portions of Mitchell, Avery and Northern Yancey counties through 10:15 pm

8:30 pm Update: Chris has the latest on the severe storm threat above.

5 pm Update: A tornado watch has been issued for Cherokee County, North Carolina, until 10 pm

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While the risk of severe weather is lower, a few storms could turn severe with the highest risk being strong winds.

The risk of storms continues through 2 am

Devastating tornadoes blow through SC, Georgia; 1 woman killed

WYFF News 4 will be with you throughout the threat timeframe to keep you informed should a tornado warning be issued.

Dry and colder conditions take hold heading into the weekend with frost and freeze conditions possible.

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