There is tornado damage in northern Worth County in southwest Georgia, according to the National Weather Service.
The storm initially showed signs of rotation in central Lee County, but did not produce a tornado until the storm entered Worth County near Davis Mill.
The tornado occurred at 3:23 a.m. and damaged several structures in Worth County including a barn and grain silo four miles southeast of Warwick. The National Weather Service said this damage associated with the tornado was caused by winds of 100 mph.
The tornado moved into Crisp County, GA and continued along its path for another 7.5 miles, just before crossing Interstate 75 near exit 92.
Law enforcement also spotted a waterspout near St. George Island Bridge shortly after 3 a.m.
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