MEBANE, N.C. -- A tornado touched down in Mebane, North Carolina, causing some damage amid another day of severe weather in the U.S.
Several structures sustained damage along East Washington Street, according to Orange County (N.C.) Emergency Services.
There were no reports of any serious injuries.
The confirmed tornado comes amid a busy day for forecasters across the Southeast tracking severe storms.
The National Weather Service says it had winds of up to 105 mph.
There have been 28 tornado warnings issued since early Friday morning through 6:30 p.m. EDT across 10 different National Weather Service offices. So far, the Mebane tornado was the only confirmed tornado happening Friday evening. A damaging tornado struck Mobile, Alabama earlier Friday morning.
In addition to tornadoes, heavy rain and damaging straight line winds have been factors.
Greenville, N.C. registered a gust of 70 mph while Raleigh-Durham Airport recorded a gust of 63 mph. Several other gusts of 50-60 mph were reported across part of eastern Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and eastern Virginia.