Posted: Apr 26, 2019 05:44 PM EDT
Updated: Apr 26, 2019 09:50 PM EDT
A car is crushed by a tree that fell across Ballahack Road in Chesapeake.
A possible tornado touched down in Hyde County, N.C. Friday afternoon.
Rob Carpenter said Friday afternoon's storms caused this 80-foot tall oak trees to 'snap like twigs.'
Entrance to the Virginia International Tattoo festival blows over onto the Scope (Photo courtesy Tristan Powell)
Sarah Uphold shared this photo of storm damage in Portsmouth (Highland Biltmore).
A home in Windsor damaged by a falling tree. (Photo courtesy Sandra Chapman Koury)
Danielle Mazur captured this photo of a storm rolling through 32nd Street and Arctic Ave. at the oceanfront.
Hail reported in northern Suffolk (photo courtesy Candace Prevatte Evans)
This photo, courtesy Melissa Marie, shows hail in Great Bridge.
Hail and heavy rain and wind near Indian River Road/I-64/Regents University (photo courtesy Lisa Patalano)
A storm cloud moves over the Virginia Beach oceanfront Friday afternoon. (Photo courtesy Corey Mayo)
The cold front as it approached North Landing Beach RV park in southern Virginia Beach. (Photo courtesy Katie Jones)
Lynlee Dillon said this trampoline was in her back yard, but ended up in her neighbor's front yard after it blew through a fence in the Stumpy Lake area off Indian River Road.
Photo courtesy Kelly Sherron Wilson
Wind causes damage to a backyard tent in Great Bridge. (Courtesy Chelsea Johnson)
This photo, courtesy Kelly Wiley, shows trees down in a yard in Chesapeake.
This photo, courtesy Jennifer Gorham, shows a fence damaged in Virginia Beach.
Photo taken by Asten Nicole on I-264
Photo courtesy Trey Wilson in Moyock
Photo courtesy Keri Vierra Whitfield
Storm damage on Marque Ct in Kempsville. (Photo courtesy Laura Grant)