Three counties in Eastern Carolina were under tornado warnings this morning as a line of strong thunderstorms moved through.
The latest warning for Craven County was allowed to expire at 11:30 a.m. The National Weather Service says the severe weather has now passed.
Doppler radar showed a possible tornado near Maysville around 10:45 a.m. and moving up Highway 17 into Craven County.
Tornado warnings were also issued for Onslow and Jones counties. So far there have been no reports of an actual tornado touchdown, nor any reports of any damage.
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