This NOAA satellite image taken Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 1:45 a.m. EDT shows low pressure spinning just off the coast of New England, where a swirl of clouds was producing rain and even some snow over portions of Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. The rest of the Eastern Seaboard was experiencing clear skies as high pressure was moving into the region. Farther to the west, low pressure was taking shape over the Plains. Multiple areas of showers and thunderstorms were in place, mainly over central and southern parts of the Great Plains. Rain was spreading into the Northern Plains and Upper Mississippi Valley. This system will slowly make its way eastwards over the next couple of days. (AP PHOTO/WEATHER UNDERGROUND)
A NOAA satellite image taken shows the east coast.
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Did a tornado rip through areas of northern Vermont early Saturday morning? That’s what area residents were asking after waking up to some wind-related damage.

The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for parts of Caledonia County, Lamoille, Orleans, and Washington Counties in Northern Vermont at 3:46 a.m. on Saturday, NECN reports.

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Shortly after 4 a.m., the agency indicated a tornado had been reported in North Wolcott, before issuing a warning cancellation.

The National Weather Service is expected to make a statement later today on the weather a tornado was a part of the severe storm and involved in the weather-related damage.