Multiple reports of storm damage in Triad; Tornado Warnings have expired

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All Tornado Warnings for the FOX8 viewing area have expired, according to the National Weather Service.

Earlier Tornado Warnings issued for Forsyth, Davie, Yadkin, Surry, Stokes, Patrick (Va.) and Iredell counties have expired.

There are multiple reports of damage in the areas affected.

The gymnasium and athletic field at Courtney Elementary School in Yadkin County sustained heavy damage. Two school buses were also damaged, as well as some mobile classrooms.

Officials tell FOX8's Kim Wynne there were 35 people -- 20 staff and 15 students, for an after-school program -- at the school when a possible tornado hit at 4:28 p.m. They took shelter and no injuries were reported. The school will be closed Thursday.

About 10 homes on Baity Road in Yadkin County, near Courtney Elementary School, were damaged.

YMCA Camp Hanes in Stokes County was also damaged by the storms.

Multiple mobile homes in Stokes County on Cliff View Drive near King had varying degrees of damage.

One person in a neighborhood near Courteny Elementary School was injured. There is no word on their condition. No other injuries have been reported.

Stokes County Schools will be on a two-hour delay Thursday.