A first-hand account of the possible tornado that ripped through Charlotte (NC)

About 6:30 p.m., my family and I left our home in Ayrsley to go out to dinner. We were about a quarter mile south of Westinghouse on South Tryon Street when traffic came to a halt. As we slowed, both of our phones alerted us to a tornado warning, telling us to seek immediate shelter. I could see a torrential downpour ahead of us with strong winds blowing the rain sideways and swaying cars.   Read the article…………..


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