The National Weather Service has confirmed that a low-level tornado did touch down in Manahawkin on Tuesday.
Since the beginning of the month, the region has experienced its most extreme weather since Hurricane Sandy slammed into our coastline last October.
A NWS meteorologist says the tornado has been classified as an EF0, the lowest level tornado.
Authorities say a tornado touched down in northwestern Pennsylvania, where no injuries were immediately reported but some buildings were damaged and at least one mobile home was destroyed.
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The storm was on the ground for about 20 miles on Monday, and at least 24 people have been killed, including seven children.
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Workers will continue to sift through the debris overnight, searching for survivors.
Authorities have confirmed a Tornado touched down in Paradise Township Friday night.
A tornado watch is in effect for Delaware and New Jersey as a strong line of storms bring drenching rain and strong winds, while in Pennsylvania, flood warnings and wind advisories linger.
The National Weather Service has determined a tornado struck a southern New Jersey community Tuesday.
A funnel cloud was reportedly spotted in Camden County Tuesday evening around the same time the National Weather service issued a tornado warning for Camden and Burlington counties.
Local Red Cross CEO Judge Renee Cardwell Hughes says two area volunteers have been selected to help tornado victims deal with the aftermath of the disasters.