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Storms leave behind damage in Graves County, Kentucky

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Graves County

GRAVES COUNTY, Ky (WSIL) -- Overnight storms left behind damage and debris in Graves County, Kentucky Tuesday.

The Graves County Sheriff's Office reported crews were out trying to restore power to many homes.

Trees were also uprooted with the worst of the damage found from an area of Lynville, south to and across the Kentucky and Tennessee state line.

The National Weather Service confirmed an EF-1 tornado with peak winds of 95 mph occurred in southern Graves County, KY, early Tuesday morning. The damage path stretches from Cuba to Lynnville. 

MORE: One person killed during storms in Weakley County, Tennessee

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