A fast-moving storm Thursday night caused flash flooding in Delaware, and across the river in New Jersey, a tornado touched down in Mullica Hill, Gloucester County, New Jersey, according to the National Weather Service.
Mullica Hill pic.twitter.com/UtVgTyqu8c
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Tornado Warnings were also in effect for Salem, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Ocean counties in New Jersey as well as Delaware County in Pennsylvania. All of the warnings later expired.
A Flash Flood Warning was put in effect for New Castle County, and Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties in Pennsylvania as well, expiring at 11:45 p.m.
There were multiple reports of flooding and storm damage throughout the area.
In the community of Wilton, some flooding was visible along with downed tree limbs along Old Forge Road.
"A lot of rain in a very, very short time, windy for awhile as well," said WDEL reporter Mark Fowser. "So be sure to use caution if you're out and about."
High water was also reported at the Route 13/40 split.
"Folks were getting through there, but it was very treacherous as well," reported Fowser.
Storm damage was also visible in the Penn Acres community.
Serious winds in Penn Acres North. Neighbor had some serious damage. pic.twitter.com/hhzcjSO6yK— VicVega (@DarkMajiks) June 14, 2019