Greensboro, NC -- An isolated severe storm moved through the Triad Thursday evening. The storm developed near Shelby, NC and tracked to the northeast at 45 mph.
As the storm approached the SW Piedmont Triad it had strengthened and was producing winds in excess of 60 mph, 1" diameter hail and very heavy rainfall.
As the storm continues to move through the Triad damaging winds, large hail, heavy rain and periodic lightning can be expected.
After this storm moves to the northeast scattered showers will remain possible overnight as a cold front slowly swings through the Triad.
The cold front will push east of the Triad Friday morning and give way to a clearing sky and partly cloudy conditions Friday afternoon.
The only report of damage associated with the storm was in Davidson County. The 911 call center in Davidson County reported trees down on US-64 seven miles west-northwest of Lexington.