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Posted: Aug 4, 2020 / 05:14 AM EDT
Updated: Aug 4, 2020 / 06:23 PM EDT
Along Route 58 in Southampton County, VA. Photo by Kiahnna Patterson.
Storm damage in Southampton County, where a tornado formed by the outer bands of tropical storm Isaias reportedly touched down early
Trees were uprooted in Courtland after a possible tornado touched down around 3 a.m. Tuesday (Via Michael Wise)
Damage is reported throughout Southampton County, including at the Route 58 7-Eleven. (Photo: Krystal Boswell)
A tree fell on a home off Andrews Blvd. in Hampton early Tuesday morning, crushing the roof and collapsing a ceiling in a bedroom. No injuries were reported. Via Carmella Filitti Tilley
Brandon House furniture was heavily damaged on August 4, 2020, during tropical storm Isaias
Gum Tree down in Newport News, VA
Mariah Del Pardo sent in this picture of a tree from her yard.
Large tree down and blocking the road in the Hilton area of Newport News, VA.
Broad Street in Suffolk, VA. Picture submitted by Trasee Allen.
Large tree split in half in two directions and completely uprooted. Picture submitted by Vastarr.
Tree on home in Gloucester. Photo by Robert Blake.
Suffolk, VA. Photo by Tyrone Bannarbie.
Toppled tree on the campus of Hampton University. Photo by Nelson Cheeseman, Jr.
Aragona Village section of Virginia Beach, VA. Photo by Morgan Snyder Smith.
Dumpster flew in the middle of the road in Cape Henry Towers near the Lesner Bridge. Photo by Gary Hanson.
East Over section of Suffolk, VA. Photo by Jane Turney.
Fox Hill section of Hampton, VA. Photo by Toni Willaims.
Buckroe/Phoebus area of Hampton, VA. Photo by Brandi McNeil.
Kingsforest area of Virginia Beach, VA. Photo by D Noble.
Laurel Avenue in Chesapeake, VA. Photo by Jamie Bailey.
Parker Ave in Portsmouth, VA. Photo by Lisa Murphy.
Flooded parking lot of Williamsburg Prime Outlets in Williamsburg, VA. Photo by Jill Sukman.
Cocomo Joe's, located off Laskin Road in Virginia Beach, VA., sign fell. Photo by Richard Wysong.
Tree and power lines down in the 600 block of 74th Street in Newport News, VA. Photo by Newport News Police Department.
Damage in downtown Suffolk, VA after a possible tornado came through town. Photo by Marielena Balouris.
Sandbridge area of Virginia Beach, VA. Photo by Brett Hall.
West Norfolk Road area of Portsmouth, VA. Citizens chopped downed tree blocking traffic so that First Responders could get through. Photo by Jesse Eisenpress.
Muddy Creek Rd in the Pungo area of Virginia Beach, VA. Photo by Tammy.
Lee's Mill Community area of Newport News, VA, Photo by Nasir Law.
Hampton, VA. near Thomas Nelson Community College. Picture by Heather Young.
Hampton, VA. near Thomas Nelson Community College. Picture by Heather Young
Etheridge Lakes in Chesapeake,VA. Picture by Jessica Burkett.
1200 block of Beaver Dam Road in the Hickory area of Chesapeake, VA. Photo by Katie Tucker.
Large oak tree through house in Courtland along Route 58.(Photo courtesy: Wendi Simmons)
A Virginia National Guard Soldier assigned the Virginia Beach-based 1173rd Transportation Company, 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group uses a chain saw to help clear fallen trees Aug. 4, 2020, near White Stone, Virginia. The VNG staged approximatelyÊ80 Soldiers Monday evening at multiple locations in the eastern portion of the state with vehicles for high water transportation and chain saws for debris reduction. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by 1st Sgt. Dave Abbey)
Deep Creek in Onancock, Virginia. (Photo courtesy: Tina McKinney)
Flooding at Williamsburg Premium Outlets (Photo courtesy: Jill Sukman)