GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) There have been several reports of damages across ENC due to severe weather.
A powerline is down in Greenville on 14th Street between Greenville Boulevard and Elm Street.
Crews are currently working to get it fixed.
A pole snapped causing the line to go down.
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Haws Run Road was closed for a downed power line.
Crews are working quickly to restore power to Onslow County homes and businesses that had service knocked by Monday’s severe weather.
The National Weather Service received reports of numerous locations in Onslow County that sustained damage, mainly from downed trees and power lines.
Much of that damage is south and southwest of Jacksonville.
Some of the reports cite the damage as caused by a tornado, but it will be up to meteorologists to survey the damage to determine if it was caused by a tornado or by straight-line winds.
Utility crews are working to clear away downed limbs and trees to allow them to restore power to customers. There are no reported injuries.
The storm, which swept through Jacksonville around 9:45 a.m., knocked out power to several traffic signals in the city. Crews managed to get power restored to most of the signals by 1 p.m.
Storm damage along Old Bath Highway in Washington.
Damage from Farmville at a home off of Highway 13.