A fast-moving storm hit parts of the Triangle Thursday morning, bringing hail, rain and high winds to the area, downing trees and causing property damage.
The storms were created as a cold front and low pressure system collided.
The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch across more than 35 counties in central and eastern North Carolina through 1 p.m. Thursday including The NWS received reports of nickel-sized hail from Durham and other areas.
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