LORIS, S.C. — A newly released video shows a tornado damaging a parking lot at a South Carolina high school.
The surveillance clip, released by Horry County schools, shows what happened when the tornado struck outside Loris High School Monday.
In the video, the small tornado can be seen approaching a group of cars. It then flips some of the vehicles, moves across the lot, and away from the property.
The National Weather Service determined the EF-1 with winds of 90 mph hit at 12:44 p.m. No injuries were reported.
It was the second tornado to hit a South Carolina school in a two-day period.
On Saturday night, an EF-2 tornado with winds of 130 mph hit North Central High School in Kershaw County.
Buses, buildings, and the school's athletic fields were heavily damaged.
A line of severe storms rolled through Saturday and toppled trees throughout the Carolinas. At the height of the storms Saturday night, a line of severe thunderstorm warnings stretched some 300 miles across North Carolina and South Carolina.