From seeing the damage in Hamilton, immediately south of town there doesn’t appear to be a whole lot. Worst case dropped and widened into a populated area scenario here. pic.twitter.com/e4GQ5u1sJh
— Jacob Dickey (@jacobdickeywx) April 14, 2019
After producing in east Texas yesterday, including the Franklin tornado which is now preliminary rated an EF-3, severe storms marched east and spawned several reported twisters in Mississippi and Alabama overnight.
— Christopher Pipkin (@ChrisPipkinWx) April 14, 2019
A possible tornado impacted the campus of Mississippi State University around 10:30 PM CDT, downing trees across Blackjack Road based on reports from social media.
However, WLOX reports that there was no structural damage or injuries.
A tornado also impacted Monroe County, damaging homes, causing several injuries, and resulting in at least 2 fatality according to a report from AccuWeather. The town of Hamilton took a direct hit.
Damage at Troy… photos from Ally Garner pic.twitter.com/M473nd4LRX
— James Spann (@spann) April 14, 2019
There were also multiple reported tornadoes across central Alabama, as well as in Troy, AL this morning, which overturned a vehicle and downed power poles/lines.