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The First Warn Storm Team is tracking severe weather.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A tornado warning has been issued for Chester and York counties in South Carolina until 5:15 p.m.
At 5 p.m., First Warn Chief Meteorologist Brad Panovich was tracking a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado near the county line. The radar- indicated rotation was located 10 miles north of Chester, or near McConnells.
The storm was moving to the northeast at 20 mph.
While there was no immediate confirmed of a tornado on the ground, those in the area of the tornado warning should seek shelter inside a sturdy structure immediately. The best shelter is on the ground floor with as many walls between you and the outside as possible.
A Tornado Warning means a tornado is occurring or likely in the next few minutes.
In the 5 p.m. hour, there had been several tornado warnings across the Carolinas Sunday.
A possible tornado caused damage in Dillon County, South Carolina Sunday afternoon along Interstate 85.
The National Weather Service will visit Dillon County Monday to investigate the damage first hand.