Severe weather leads to storm damage in several counties

Severe weather leads to storm damage in several counties
Storm damage in the Magnolia Shores/Highland Home area in Crenshaw County.

CRENSHAW COUNTY, AL (WSFA) - Tornado warnings were issued for many Alabama counties earlier Sunday afternoon. Though the National Weather Service hasn't confirmed any tornadoes at this time, there are reports of storm damage rolling in.

A storm in Crenshaw County led to some damage, including downed trees on homes, according to the Crenshaw County Emergency Management Agency. Volunteer firefighters are working to remove the trees. A few roads in rural areas are also blocked by tree debris. No injuries have been reported.

The Butler County EMA reports a few trees down.

Fort Rucker also sustained some storm damage Sunday afternoon. Some trees have fallen on homes, and a few people sustained minor injuries. Gates are only open for people who live or work on the post. There is some tree debris on power lines.

A video recorded by Amanda Hand shows a possible tornado touch down in Ft. Rucker.

A tornado watch continues for many counties until 9 p.m. For the latest severe weather updates, click here.

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