Saturday storm reports

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A line of severe storms moved through northern and central Virginia during Saturday afternoon.  The strongest activity moved through extreme northern Virginia, where multiple tornado warnings were issued.

Throughout central Virginia, multiple reports of wind damage came in, including some measured wind gusts exceeding 65 m.p.h.  Much of the damage consisted of trees down across roads.

Within the CBS 6 viewing area, one tornado warning was issued for northern Shenandoah county from 2:28 p.m. to just before 3 p.m.   This storm traveled northeast and affected extreme northern Virginia.

Specific reports:

6:05 PM     T-STORM WIND DAMAGE     JENKINS LANDING (ESSEX COUNTY)
                  TREE DOWN PARTIALLY BLOCKING US RTE 17

6:05 PM     T-STORM WIND DAMAGE     MANTAPIKE (KING AND QUEEN COUNTY)
                  TREE DOWN PARTIALLY BLOCKING US RTE 17

5:12 PM     T-STORM WIND DAMAGE     CAMPBELL (CAROLINE COUNTY)                                     TREE DOWN ON SIGNBOARD RD

4:16 PM     T-STORM WIND DAMAGE     HOLLY (LOUISA COUNTY)                                                  TREE DOWN ACROSS ROAD

4:48 PM     T-STORM WIND DAMAGE     GILMAN  (HANOVER COUNTY)                                          TREES DOWN ALONG SR 54 BETWEEN  ASHLAND & MONTPELIER

4:35 PM     T-STORM WIND DAMAGE     MONTPELIER (HANOVER COUNTY                                 TREES DOWN ACROSS THE WESTERN  HANOVER COUNTY.

4:15 PM     T-STORM WIND DAMAGE     VERDIERSVILLE (ORANGE COUNTY)         
                  TREE DOWN ON BURR HILL RD AND RT 20.

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