Hours after the deadly tornado struck the Eastern Shore Thursday, a second round of storms swept through Suffolk.
The scene at Cherrystone Campground after the tornado was one Cheriton firefighters train for, but one they never thought they’d witness.
Ray and Zack Crumb said they had only been fishing for croaker 30 minutes when they received tornado alerts on their phones.
Two brothers fishing in the Oyster channel Thursday morning had to be rescued when their boat capsized during a tornado.
A storm blew through the Franklin area Thursday morning taking down trees, and power lines.
Governor Terry McAuliffe visited the Eastern Shore Friday to tour the Cherrystone Campground where a deadly EF-1 tornado touched down.
Donations poured into a Northampton County shelter Thursday after people were forced by weather out of their homes and camp sites.
Governor McAuliffe visited the Eastern Shore Friday to tour Cherrystone Campground where a tornado touched down Thursday.
Yesterday, there was a confirmed tornado on the Eastern Shore. It was rated an EF-1 tornado with estimated winds between 80 and 100 mph.
Witnesses are sharing their stories of survival after devastating weather hit the Eastern Shore.
Two people were killed Thursday when a tornado struck Cherrystone Campground in Cheriton, Va. Their three children are in the hospital.
Cleanup continues Friday on the Eastern Shore after a deadly tornado swept through, leaving debris and damage behind.
As a line of severe thunderstorms moved across Hampton Roads Thursday, several areas on the Southside saw flooding and storm damage.
Destruction at Cherrystone Campground after an EF-1 tornado tore through the area Thursday morning, July 24, 2014.
On the Eastern Shore, locals worked to make a home away from home for those devastated by an EF-1 tornado Thursday morning.
After reports of devastating storm damage on the Eastern Shore Thursday, the National Weather Service sent a team to survey the destruction.