CHARLOTTE, N.C. --- The Charlotte area was hit with a second round of storms in as many days late Tuesday afternoon.
Strong storms moved through the Charlotte area late Monday afternoon, resulting in power outages, property damage and multiple injuries. Slow-moving storms developed across the region Tuesday afternoon as well.
Mecklenburg and Union counties were under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 5:30 p.m.
On Monday, storms began to move through uptown Charlotte around 5 p.m., and surrounding counties felt the wrath as well.
At the peak of the storm, over 4,000 homes were without power in Mecklenburg County, and about 1,100 in Lincoln County were in the dark.
As of Tuesday evening, there were 246 power outages in Mecklenburg County and all power was restored to residents in Lincoln County.
(Click here to see photos from the storm)
Downed power lines from Monday's storms has closed part Barringer Drive at West Boulevard near uptown Tuesday morning. Duke Energy crews are working to fix the down power lines.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have not said when they plan to reopen part of the road. Commuters are being advised to take Remont Road as an alternate route.
A severe thunderstorm warning was in effect for Cabarrus, Gaston, Mecklenburg, Lincoln, York and Kershaw counties and lasted until 6 p.m. York and Chester counties in South Carolina also were under warnings when the storm came through.
The storm sliced a Gaston County mobile home in half off Bessemer City Road Monday afternoon.
Firefighters worked Monday night to cover the home with a tarp, and no one was injured.
Meanwhile, pea-sized hail fell in Huntersville, according to NewsChannel 36 viewer Amber Reeder.
One person was struck by lightning during the storm and suffered potentially life-threatening injuries at a structure in the 2400 block of Westinghouse Boulevard in southwest Charlotte, according to Medic.
The name of the victim has not been released.
Lightning strike causes house fire
A fire broke out at a home on Starcrest Drive near South Boulevard in southwest Charlotte around 5:30 p.m. after lightning struck a nearby tree.
A lightning strike hit a tree near the home and the current traveled into the home igniting fire in the the basement, according to the Charlotte Fire Department. Reportedly, fire came through the dryer in the basement after the tree was struck.
Two teens and one adult were inside at the time, and no one was hurt. The Red Cross is helping to provide assistance with food, shelter and clothing.
One other person suffered minor injuries, according to the Charlotte Fire Department.
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