GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina)- The Upstate was effected by severe weather on Monday. 

On Monday afternoon, the National Weather Service of Greenville-Spartanburg SC (NWS GSP) said in a preliminary local storm report that there was a possible tornado on Calhoun road and Montague Avenue Ext. They add that this storm caused damage to storage buildings, downed trees blocking the road, and downed powerlines. These reports of damage came from Greenwood County Emergency Management.

The Greenville Police department says that a tree is down along Stone Ave. near Wilson St. Police say that many power lines in that area are down. GPD says the road is currently closed.

Officials in Elbert County says that a large commercial structure near Highway 17 has completely collapsed. No injuries have been reported as a result of the collapse, according to the county's Emergency Management Agency. 

Elbert County Emergency Management shared pictures of the damage from the tornado on their Facebook page. 

Emergency Management officials in Abbeville County say that multiple trees and power lines are down throughout the county.

Viewers continue to send in images and videos showing the damage that the storm caused.

A video of hail falling in Greenwood County during a major storm on May 3 (Nicole Thomson, May 3, 2021)

An employee at Greenwood Quality Nissan provided a video of the storm as it passed through the dealership. 

Stay tuned to FOX Carolina for latest severe weather coverage. 

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