Murray said things were quiet, "and then it came back and it was just over top of us."
"It just kept thundering and lightning at the same time, and raining... And rain was just beating against the windows," she recalled. "I'd never heard it rain so hard."
Murray said sheriff's deputies knocked on their door around 5 a.m. Tuesday to tell her and her husband about the damage.
She said the storm "twisted a tree out of the yard and blew it through the fence panels."
The Murrays' neighbors, the Holloways, called to see if they could help.
"We have no building damage; we have an awful lot of trees down and some crop damage," Henry Holloway said via telephone. "Other than that, we're very, very fortunate."
Holloway's nephews run the crop and livestock farm that has been in his family for about seven generations.
"I didn't know we had anything but thunder and lightning and rain," he said.
Holloway said he saw the damage when he went outside Tuesday morning.
Power came on for the Murrays and the Holloways around 2:30 to 2:35 p.m.
Holloway said it appeared the Murrays' farm took "the brunt" of the storm damage.
"It just doesn't make sense, but there was a lot of power in a small area, I guess," he said.
Thomas said emergency services and National Weather Service representatives were searching for other damage.