The first month of hurricane season is often quiet for nearby shores. Only 10 tropical storms have crossed North Carolina or Virginia during June since 1851. The last was Andrea in 2013. Only one June hurricane is on record in the Outer Banks. It hit in 1945.
A supercell, the strongest and most severe type of thunderstorm, tore through the Rock Hill District of North Stafford on Saturday night with damaging hail and winds between 60 and 80 mph, according to the National Weather Service.