Stormy weather spreads damage in northwestern South Carolina

TOWNVILLE, S.C. — Storms caused some damage in the northwestern corner of South Carolina.

Multiple media outlets reported storms were reported in Anderson and Oconee counties late Monday afternoon.

The weather took the roof off a house in Pendleton.

Anderson County emergency management director Taylor Jones said he is awaiting a decision from the National Weather Service on whether tornadoes struck the area.

Dime-sized hail was reported in Starr.

A number of roads were closed for a time in Anderson and Oconee counties. No serious injuries were reported.

A tree fell on a house in Westminster.

The weather service has confirmed five tornadoes struck in central South Carolina in Sunday’s storm. Tornadoes were reported in Aiken, Calhoun, Darlington, Edgefield and Lexington counties.