Some damage was reported to one business at a shopping center down there.
Radar, below, shows the storms confined largely to coastal sections of Sussex County -- with the back edge of the storm producing the funnel as it reached Indian River Bay (which is the body of water to the west of the ocean in coastal Sussex County).
The funnel was reported by law enforcement to the National Weather Service but at the time no damage had been reported.
Given the report of damage, will be interesting to see if the National Weather Service looks into this. Given it happened two days ago and any damage has probably been cleaned up, it might be a bit unlikely to get a true determination if the damage was associated with the funnel or with straight line/downburst winds. We'll update you if we hear anything.
...and, 35 minutes later, the update via Gary Szatkowski at the National Weather Service.
@phillywx No changes planned for now. Damage doesn't even meet severe TS criteria (58+ mph). Need 65+ mph damage to hit EF-0 criteria.
— Gary Szatkowski (@GarySzatkowski) September 3, 2013