The National Weather Service’s Mount Holly office says it is investigating whether a tornado may have touched down briefly in New Jersey’s Camden County as a powerful line of thunderstorms tore across the tri-state area early Thursday.
The office tweeted that the possible tornado hit around 5 a.m. and may have affected multiple areas near Deer Park Circle and Erial Road in Gloucester Township. Trees were said to be coming down in the area about 15 minutes before that possible tornado.
Radar data did show a rotational signature and there was also a debris signature evident for a time, according to Storm Team 4. Chopper footage showed a
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