HAMPTON, Va. (AP) -- Hampton officials say a weekend tornado caused more than $360,000 in damage in the city.
The city's Emergency Management Office says in a news release that a city-owned building and three single-family homes sustained the most damage.
Estimated structural damage to the city-owned building is $304,665. Estimated damage to the homes ranges from $4,462 to $21,300.
The office says another city-owned building and a city-owned radio tower also were damaged.
The National Weather Service says the tornado was one of three confirmed in Hampton Roads on Saturday. The other tornadoes touched down in Isle of Wight County. All three were rated EF0, the lowest rating.
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