In Greene county many people had their eyes on the skies Thursday as the dark clouds rolled in. It's been less than 2 weeks since a twister damaged more than 100 homes and injured many people there.
Brittany Gunter was out in Snow Hill Thursday afternoon talking to people about clean-up and what they thought about the possibility of more storms.
You can still see the destruction in Greene county after a tornado ripped through many neighborhoods. At one home 8 people were inside the time the tornado hit April 16th and the home was lifted from one side of the yard to the other.
The family says they are now staying in a hotel in Goldsboro trying to figure out what to do next, but that tornado has really scared the 5 children who were inside the home at the time.
Meanwhile, at tornado damaged homes on Middle School Road and Highway 91 in Snow Hill people there were still working to pick up debris and trees that had fallen. Folks there say they hope another tornado doesn't come any time soon.
"Once you've been through something like this it kind of changes your attitude about weather. We've always been concerned about the weather, but now it's even more so," said Debbie Mooring.