LEWES, Del. (CBS) — A possible tornado reportedly touched down near Lewes, Delaware Saturday evening damaging more than a dozen homes.

The tornado reportedly touched down at about 6:35 p.m. in the Nassau Station and Tradewinds Subdivison. The area is located two miles southwest of Lewes, which is on the Delmarva Peninsula in Sussex County.

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Delaware Governor Jack Markell says at least 17 homes were damaged and that number could rise. Several of the houses were seriously damaged.

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The National Weather Services will have to confirm it was indeed a tornado.

The Lewes Fire Department says no injuries were reported.

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