WALTERS, Va. -- The National Weather Service says a tornado touched down in Isle of Wight County during a night of severe weather throughout Hampton Roads.
On Friday survey teams with the weather service confirmed that a weak tornado touched down near the town of Walters Thursday around 9:30 p.m.
The weather service says the tornado cut a four-mile path through the county.
No injuries were reported, but the tornado ripped the roof off a church and damaged the roof of a home.
It also destroyed a garage, knocked down a pole barn and damaged numerous trees.
The tornado was classified as EF-0, the weakest category, with maximum wind speeds of 85 mph.