Got it. Thanks, Kristy. My bad
Mainerunr is correct. NWS will likely send out a couple of meteorologists to check for rotation in the felling of the trees to determine if it was indeed a tornado (trees felled in a rotating fashion, as seen in Bethel and Hanover where tornadoes touched down last year (Bethel) and twice in the same place in Hanover in back-to-back years about five years ago, or merely a microburst (straight downward blast of wind).
Anybody that witnesses bad weather symptoms like hail and such, should call the NWS when it happens if possible, so they have a better idea of what's going on in these storms that they're watching develop indoors on a computer screen using radar and computer programs.