National Weather Service now says 9 tornadoes hit Virginia

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Nine tornadoes touched down in Virginia, the National Weather Service confirmed Saturday. The news comes after NWS confirmed 5 tornadoes impacted parts of Virginia on Friday.

8News is continuing to track the damage with a breakdown what occurred: 

Franklin County tornado: An EF-3 with a max wind speed of 159 mph. The track was 8.2 miles long and moved from Oak Level, VA to Henry Fork, VA. This tornado injured 2 people, 3 structures were significantly damaged, and 10 outbuildings were heavily damaged or destroyed.

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Brunswick County tornado: An EF-0 with a max speed of 70-80 mph. The track was 0.6 miles long and was near Brodnax, VA. This tornado mainly uprooted and snapped trees. A branch also fell on a horse and killed it.

RELATED: Horse killed by falling tree in Brunswick County

Greenville County tornado 1: An EF-0 with a max wind speed of 65-75 mph. The track was 4.4 miles long and was near Emporia, VA. The tornado snapped trees and damaged some outbuildings. Minor damage was reported in an Emporia shopping center.

Greenville County tornado 2: An EF-0 with a max wind speed of 70 mph. The track was 6.35 miles long and went from Creek Rd to Mores Lane. The tornado was mainly in a rural area and mostly snapped trees along its path.

PHOTOS:  Storm Damage across Central Virginia

Fairfax County tornado: An EF-0 with a max wind speed of 70 mph. The track was 4 miles long and was near Reston, VA. The tornado ripped up and snapped some trees, passed over a hospital complex, destroyed a shed outside of a Trader Joe’s, a tree fell into a townhome, and another tree fell on some cars.

RELATED: NWS confirms tornado touched down near Smith Mountain Lake

Prince George County tornado: An EF-1 with a max wind speed of 90-95 mph. The track was 3.9 miles long near Disputanta, VA. The tornado snapped and uprooted trees and numerous sheds and outbuildings were destroyed.

Sussex County tornado: An EF-0 with a max wind speed of 70-80 mph. The track was 17.7 miles long, started near Stoney Creek, VA and ended near Disputanta, VA. The tornado uprooted trees and a garage was destroyed as a tree fell into it.

Louisa County tornado: An EF-2 with a max wind speed of 115-120 mph. The track was 2.0 miles long near Mineral, VA. The tornado knocked trees down (one into a car), A restored 18th century home had the roof removed and large trees were snapped, more trees were uprooted, and a garage sustained some damage.

RELATED: Storms bring down trees, power lines across Central Virginia

Bedford County tornado: An EF-0 with a mix wind speed of 93 mph. The track was 1.8 miles long and was near Thaxton, VA. The tornado snapped and uprooted many trees and caused damage to an outbuilding.

RELATED: StormTracker8 current view

The NWS sends out teams to assess the damage before they are confirmed. These are preliminary reports and may change in the next few days as more data comes in.

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