We continue to see video and photos of the damage done in south Louisiana after a line of severe thunderstorms swept across the area.

Rob Perillo shared this video from Jeff Davis Parish, and it appears to show a huge twister on the ground as storms came through Friday afternoon.

While this may not be the best quality video out there, you can still see the massive size of this tornado.

At this time we don't know if there were any injuries as a result of this tornado, but we do know that there has been widespread damage in the area as a result of the storms Friday afternoon.

If you have any videos or photos you'd like to share with us, you can submit them to us via this site.

As for the weekend, the weather should be much improved after this front pushes through.

 

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