York County could see gusty winds, possible rain and thunderstorms, and localized flash flooding.
All watched and warnings for severe storms and tornadoes have expired and higher temperatures will begin to warm the region by Sunday.
To the northeast, Scott County Emergency Management Director Mike Marlow said reports indicated a number of homes were damaged near Morton and the roof blew off a gas station near Lena.
At least three other people have been killed in the massive thunderstorms that pounded parts of MS and Alabama on Thursday.
Severe storms could bring hail, strong winds and tornadoes to central North Carolina on Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
People huddled in hallways, stairways and basements across southwest MS and the Jackson metropolitan area for much of Thursday afternoon, as tornado sirens wailed, winds howled and rains poured.
Peterborough Easter bank holiday weekend weather
Easter looks like a mix of sun, clouds, and afternoon showers, and then the sun takes over definitively on Monday . Friday - Considerable cloudiness, a few morning showers followed by periods of rain and thunderstorms.
In the Richmond Metropolitan area, there are reports of wind damage and down trees from the first round of storms in the early afternoon.
Damage from the storm system was reported in at least 24 of Mississippi's 82 counties. More than 20 homes were heavily damaged or destroyed. When tornado warnings are issued, people should take action to protect themselves, the service says.
The line of storms moving eastward is expected to linger in the Triangle until 10 p.m. according to the National Weather Service.
The storms were expected to move Thursday into the Deep South. Dozens of schools in MS and Alabama dismissed students early as a precaution.
A general 1 to 2 inches of rain can be expected, with locally higher amounts up to 3 inches. Winds could be almost as strong as during a hurricane, forecasters said.
Strong storms again roared across the South on Thursday, topping trees and leaving more than 100,000 people without power across Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas.