MILFORD, Del. (CBS) – New pictures from Milford show the damage caused by the storm on Thursday. According to the city, the clean-up work is “following”. [Thursdayâs] severe thunderstorm and tornado touchdown. “
CBS3 meteorologist Matt Peterson says a National Weather Service observer reported a possible tornado near Milford, Delaware around 5 p.m. Whether a tornado was set up or not will be confirmed by the NWS in the coming days.
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The city of Milford said in a press release that it will fix the damage by July 12 and urged residents to leave storm debris on the curb for collection. The power supply for all residents was restored on Friday at around 7 a.m., city officials said.
Multiple tornado warnings were issued for parts of New Jersey and Delaware as heavy storms rolled through the area on Thursday afternoon.
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The video of a viewer named Matt in Milford shows the possible funnel cloud in the distance.
Ominous clouds have also been sighted in Cape May, New Jersey.
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