Trees blown down as storms move through Grand Strand, Pee Dee
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Strong storms caused some trees to fall Saturday afternoon across parts of the WMBF News viewing area.
WMBF First Alert Chief Meteorologist Jamie Arnold was in Loris where trees are down due to strong winds, including a large one on Walnut Street. He also saw some hail and lightning that came along with the system as it passed through.
Santee Cooper reported around 550 customers without power in the Loris area as of 6:45 p.m. Most of the outages were restored by 8 p.m. with fewer than five reported in the area at that time.
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Reports of trees being down were also seen just across the state line in Robeson County.
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