Andalusia, Ala. (WSFA) - Covington County is cleaning up again Friday.
Early morning storms knocked over dozens of trees and damaged some homes in and around Andalusia; leaving residents hurrying to repair damage before round two.
To say the least it wasn't the alarm clock Steve Ballard was expecting.
"It was more than I wanted to wake up to," says Andalusia resident Steve Ballard.
Around 6 a.m. Ballard says he heard a loud noise then a crashing sound coming from his kitchen.
"It seemed like it lasted just twenty or thirty seconds, but it was a sight to see when you walk into your kitchen and see a pine tree through the roof," explained Ballard.
For the second day in a row strong storms rolled through Covington County causing damage.
Dozens of trees were knocked over, a few even landing on homes but with another day of severe weather left; Ballard doesn't want to see this again.
"I don't want to see no more of this, that's for sure, I don't wish this on anybody," says Ballard.
At his home he's just glad no one was injured and he says that's the most important thing.