Damage Reported After Tornado Strikes Queen Anne's County, Maryland; 1 Dead, Several Missing after Storms Hit South, Mid-Atlantic
A powerful storm spawned a tornado that damaged several structures and knocked out power to thousands in Queen Anne's County, Maryland, early Monday morning.
One person has died and one more remains missing because of storms and flooding in West Virginia.
Following a damage survey, the tornado was rated EF2 by the National Weather Service. It was only the second confirmed twister on Kent Island, Maryland, since records began, and the first since an F1 tornado hit the area on March 14, 1978.
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