Isaias packed a powerful punched as it churned up the East Coast. Isaias sustained top winds of up to 65 mph (105 kph) more than 18 hours after coming ashore, but it was down to 50 mph max winds as of 8 p.m. EDT Tuesday, according to the National Hurricane Center.
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3 CONFIRMED TORNADOES, 2 MORE POSSIBLE— Melissa Magee (@Melissa_Magee) August 5, 2020
So far the National Weather Service has confirmed 3 tornadoes in our viewing area. There are also areas of significant damage near Doylestown and Worcester Twp. that need to be investigated for possible tornadic activity. pic.twitter.com/k8iR48LSNO
Along with Tuesday morning's drenching rain, the NWS says the storm produced multiple tornadoes, including one in Delaware that moved from Sandtown to Dover to Townsend to Middletown in Kent and New Castle counties.
In South Jersey, another tornado from Strathmere to Marmora in Cape May County, New Jersey was recorded. That storm left at least six to a dozen structures damaged, county officials said.
NWS says a third tornado was confirmed in Ship Bottom, New Jersey -- it started off as a waterspout and came to shore with 109mph wind gusts.
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No injuries have been reported as a result of the tornadoes, but one death was reported in Pennsylvania.
In eastern Pennsylvania, a 44-year-old Allentown driver was killed after encountering high waters on a street in Upper Saucon Township that swept her vehicle downstream Tuesday afternoon, the Lehigh County coroner's office said.
The National Weather Service is also surveying damage in Doylestown, Pennsylvania and Worcester Township, Pennsylvania for what could be two additional tornadoes.