ALABASTER, Ala. – Storms moving through eastern Mississippi and western Alabama have done some damage in a town south of Birmingham, but no injuries have been reported.
Alabaster police say a possible tornado hit the town about 20 miles south of Birmingham Sunday. The National Weather Service has not confirmed if it was a tornado or just high winds. Police say the storm knocked down limbs and power lines but did no major damage.
Also, some street flooding has been reported around Birmingham.
Tornado watches and warnings were issued for much of Mississippi and Alabama and into parts of Georgia.
Some of the area under the warnings was hit hard late last month with tornadoes and flooding.
The Associated Press