Reports Sunday showed while Northeast Mississippi was not hit as hard as parts of the state there was damage.
Preliminary EF-0 Tornado damage in New Albany showed the maximum winds were estimated at 80 mph with a track width of 25 to 30 yards, the National Weather Service reported. Numerous trees were knocked down along with roof damage.
According to Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, 63 homes/mobile homes were damaged and there was one injury in Union County.
National Weather Service also reported a preliminary EF-1 Tornado in Hamilton. It touched down in Hamilton near the intersection of Hwy 45 and Hamilton Road, commonly known as the Crossroads area.
MEMA reports in Monroe County: 48 homes/mobile homes damaged, three businesses damaged, one injury.