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National Weather Service could tour to determine if tornado touched down

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A view of the sky on Monday (Source: Anonymous) A view of the sky on Monday (Source: Anonymous)

COLUMBUS / BLADEN COUNTY, NC (WECT) – Officials from the National Weather Service could spend part of Tuesday morning in parts of the area to determine whether or not tornadoes touched down.

Strong storms rolled through the area late Monday afternoon and into the evening, causing for the National Weather Service to issue tornado warnings in Bladen, Columbus and Pender Counties.

According to meteorologist Sandy Lacorte from the National Weather Service, the weather service will be in contact with emergency managers in Bladen and Columbus county and possibly survey the Hallsboro area to determine whether or not a tornado touched down.

At this time, there is no confirmation of a tornado touchdown.

Many people submitted photos of what they saw to See It, Snap It, Send It and you can view those photos and videos here.

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