The line of thunderstorms that roared through the D.C. region Thursday afternoon brought two tornadoes with it, the National Weather Service announced late Thursday.
The Nashville Weather Service has placed Williamson County among others in Middle Tennessee under a tornado watch for the next few hours.
The St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office reported Francine Gotch, 38, and her daughter, Neville Alexander, 3, died after their trailer in Breaux Bridge flipped when it was hit by an EF-1 tornado. No deaths or injuries have initially been reported.
Update 1:54 p.m.: The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch until 9 p.m. for Lee County, most of eastern, central and northern Alabama.
"And we have reports of homes damaged in Sandbridge in Virginia Beach and we will be going out to survey that tomorrow", says Zimmerman.
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The tornado damaged the roof of a chicken house off of County Road 10, Keiser said, and remained on the ground for about two minutes. The tornado destroyed a recreational vehicle, damaged a concession stand, snapped trees and knocked a tree into a house along its almost 5-mile (8-kilometer) path.
After the system moves through, winds out of the northwest will increase Thursday into Friday, especially in the higher elevations.
One storm, with top winds of 105 mph (170 kph) ran 5.4 miles (8.7 kilometers) through Alexandria, causing light damage.
A gale warning is in effect off the North Carolina coast, with possible seas of up to 11 feet (3 meters). A round of storms on Sunday and Monday killed five people, including a MS woman who desperately called 911 from a vehicle that plunged into a rain-swollen creek.