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NWS confirms Monday's tornado

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COVINGTON COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A tornado swept through Covington County around 4 p.m. Monday afternoon. 

The National Weather Service confirmed Tuesday that the storm was an EF 0 tornado. The storm's path length was 2.8 miles, and was 100 yards wide. 

There were reports of damage on Mayfield and Craft roads where trees were down, according to the National Weather Service. 

Other damage includes structure damage on Mayfield road, two damaged power poles, snapped tree tops, and downed tree limbs. 

Images of the storm were caught from viewers outside the Collins Hospital, and off of Hwy 49 near Sullivan Motors.  

Mobile viewers, see a slideshow of damage photos here. 

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