Tornado, flash flood and severe thunderstorm warnings spread across the state Thursday evening as Mother Nature lit up the skies and flooded roads. The tornado warning was issued for parts of Burlington County around 7:30 p.m. and expired about 15 minutes late, but the severe weather in the area appeared to leave its mark. While there were no confirmed reports of a tornado touching down by the National Weather Service as of 8 p.m., there were pictures of downed trees in Mount Laurel and a survey team was expected to check out damage in the area. “The National Weather Service office in Mount Holly NJ will conduct a storm survey Friday morning for the area near Ramblewood in Mount Laurel Township,” the National Weather Service said late Thursday. “The survey is in relation to the severe thunderstorms that moved through the area on July 11, 2019.” Also around 8 p.m, the PNC Bank Arts Center announced the Florida Georgia Line concert had been delayed, and urged concertgoers at the indoor/outdoor venue in Monmouth County […]