RALEIGH — Saturday's storm caused more than $115 million in damage to homes and businesses in Raleigh, according to a final damage assessment by the city.
The report, compiled by Raleigh inspectors, said that 138 houses and eight businesses were destroyed in the storm. Another 2,269 homes and commercial establishments received either major or minor damage.
Residential damage was assessed at approximately $82 million and commercial damage was about $33 million.
Parts of northeast and southeast Raleigh and the southern end of Downtown were among the citys hardest hit areas in the storm.