Gusty winds toppled trees and caused some scattered power outages Saturday, but officials said the winds brought no major damage.
"The biggest problems were the limbs and trees that had fallen in the roads," said Cotton Howell, director of the York County Emergency Operation Center.
Meanwhile, fallen tree limbs caused power outages for nearly 130 customers, said Nick Stegall, public services administrator for the city of Rock Hill. Some customers in the Eden Oaks, Taylor Oaks, Oakdale Road and Country Club areas experienced a power outage for nearly 30 minutes, he said.
Representatives from Duke Power and York Electric Co-op couldn't be reached for comment on Saturday.
At least four trees fell in roads in York and Chester counties, according to the S.C. Highway Patrol's Web site.
John Tomko, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Greenville, said peak wind gusts Saturday in Rock Hill reached 43 mph.
"That's a pretty good wind speed," Tomko said. "Normally, we look for gusts of 58 mph or higher to really cause damage."
Weekend rain and a downpour earlier last week also contributed to the fallen trees.
"With all the rain we had, we were looking for some trees to be toppled," Tomko said.
York County received a little more than a half an inch of rain on Friday and Saturday, Tomko said. However, he said, the grounds were already saturated from rain earlier in the week.
The wind should be much lighter today, Tomko said, with highs in the upper 50s expected.