NWS confirms a tornado touchdown in VA.

ABC News reports that the National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed Thurs. a tornado did touch down in Carroll County Virginia.

The EF-2 tornado struck Wed. night Mar. 23 at 9:45 leaving an almost 2 mile long 125 yard wide path in the county.

Winds were clocked at 122 miles per hour fortunately no injuries were reported.

The tornado did damage two homes and snapped trees.

Approximately 650 people were left without power in the wake of the storm in the Gladesboro area.

Citizens are reminded to take tornado warnings seriously and seek shelter when they are issued.

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