Strong storms, tornadoes possible in parts of Deep South

Some of the trees blocked local roads, and power lines were down as well. The storms had wind gusts of almost 39 miles per hour . So far, no injuries have been reported. "There might have been a touchdown in [Summer Haven ... but we're still looking at that]", Shashy said. Forecast: Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms are possible ahead of the cold front in parts of the Mid-Atlantic States, particularly from the Delmarva Peninsula to eastern North Carolina.

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