East Henderson County, which includes Chandler, Frankston, and Brownsboro, is under a Tornado Watch until 9:30 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
The Henderson County Tornado Watch Now Lasts Until 1 AM.
Tornadoes, winds of 60 mph, and big hail have all been spawned by this particular storm system before. It is important for locals to stay aware of their surroundings and be ready to take action at any time.
As of right now, Henderson County Emergency Management is keeping a close eye on the weather and is at a level 3 activation, with volunteer departments across the county staging at various station locations.
For the latest updates
For the latest updates on this situation, keep an ear to the National Weather Service and regional weather broadcasts.
According to the Hendersonville Police Department, the Beverly Hanks Center and Seventh Avenue in front of DaVita Dialysis are currently closed.
U.S. Route 64 (Chimney Rock Road) near Apple Valley Travel Park, tree down; Jackson Road between Howard Gap Road and Coffee Lane; River Road at Etowah School Road; Timberlane Drive off Old Highway 64 are also closed due to fallen trees or flooding.
South Carolina’s Piedmont and Upstate are under a tornado watch, as are Polk and Rutherford counties.
Henderson County is being drenched by thunderstorms and heavy rain.
In Henderson County, the morning has remained damp as lightning and torrential rain have passed through. Keep hydrated, avoid direct sunlight, and heat stress by spending time indoors in air conditioning. Never ever ever ever leave a child or pet alone in a vehicle.
If you have to work or spend time outside, make sure to take extra measures. Workouts should be moved to the wee hours of the morning or the late hours of the evening if at all possible. Identify the warning indications of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. At all times, you should dress lightly and loosely.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration advises taking frequent breaks from outside labour in cool, shaded areas. Anyone suffering from heat exhaustion needs to be relocated to a cool, shady area immediately.
Overheating is a medical emergency. Call 9 1 1.