Tornado confirmed in Mullica Hill, N.J. as strong storms sweep across Delaware Valley

The National Weather Service confirms a tornado touched down in Mullica Hill, New Jersey Thursday evening. It was the second tornado to touch down in the Garden State this spring.

Forecasters saw video of a clear funnel cloud with some small debris being lifted Thursday night in Mullica Hill. A survey team will go out Friday to determine its strength and path.There is no word of any injuries.

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The Weather Service tweeted that they would confirm the strength and path of the tornado after a survey.

Strong storms brought torrential rain Thursday evening and prompted multiple tornado warnings.

Tornado warnings were issued for Delaware County, Pennsylvania as well as Salem, Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties in New Jersey. 

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Forecasters last month confirmed an EF-1 tornado downed trees and power lines and caused some damage to high school in Stanhope.

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