(WSPA) – Rain and severe storms moved through the Upstate late Thursday afternoon.

The late afternoon storms brought high winds and small hail to many.

A tornado watch was in effect for all of the Upstate and parts of northeast Georgia and western North Carolina. That watch has since been discontinued.

Storms dropped hail on portions of Spartanburg County, including Campobello and Chesnee, and portions of Polk County near Saluda.

The National Weather Service also reported a 75 mile per hour wind gust at the Greenwood County Airport.

Duke Energy reported 2,700 customers without power in Spartanburg County along with 2,100 without power in Greenwood County.

More outages were reported across the Upstate and western North Carolina but power has since been restored.