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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Rain moves out of the Lowcountry; damage reported in Walterboro, Holly Hill

Thursday night's storms tracked off the coast Friday morning. (Source: WCSC) Thursday night's storms tracked off the coast Friday morning. (Source: WCSC)
House damaged in Walterboro. (Source: Live 5 News) House damaged in Walterboro. (Source: Live 5 News)
Clean up crews in Walterboro. (Source: Live 5 News) Clean up crews in Walterboro. (Source: Live 5 News)
COLLETON COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

Hundreds across the Lowcountry are cleaning up after severe weather tore through the area.

A tornado watch for much of the Lowcountry has expired and the storms were moving off the Lowcountry coast to our north Friday morning.

MOBILE USERS: Click here for pictures of damage throughout the Lowcountry. 

Emergency officials in Walterboro reported damage and downed trees Thursday night. Crews with the Colleton County Fire and Rescue say a vehicle in the area of Mount Carmel Road was damaged when a tree fell on it. 

In Holly Hill, the police department tweeted out pictures of debris on the roads in the area of Pine Street. 

The high will be 73 degrees Friday with a southwesterly wind at 18 mph, making for a cooler, windy day. 

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