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Reports of Funnel Cloud in New Jersey

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    Emma
    July 8, 2011: Emma took this picture of what appears to be a funnel cloud off the White Horse Pike in Hammonton, Atlantic County, New Jersey on Friday.

    The National Weather Service received reports from the public of a funnel cloud in Hammonton, Atlantic County, New Jersey at 5:05 p.m. on Friday.

    And a picture we got from Emma seems to back that up, according to NBC10 Chief Meteorologist Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz.

    "Now this does a appear to be a funnel cloud. There was a tornado warning issued because of this, but it was moving into a very unpopulated area, so no reports of damage, but that's quite an impressive picture," Schwartz said.

    The photo was taken along the White Horse Pike in Hammonton.

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