MOUNT EPHRAIM, N.J. (CBS/AP) — The National Weather Service has determined a tornado struck a southern New Jersey community Tuesday.

The National Weather Service sent a team to Camden County Wednesday morning after severe weather damaged homes and downed trees Mount Ephraim. Officials determined the damage was caused by an EF-0 with 70 miles per hour winds.

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weather service radar on Tuesday indicated that clouds could have been moving in a circular pattern.

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Home video shot during the storm also showed what appeared to be a funnel cloud forming.

This is the second tornado in two days to touch down in the Delaware Valley. Monday, a tornado struck a community in Kent County, Delaware, damaging several homes. (Read More)

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