TULLAHOMA, Tenn. - The National Weather Service has confirmed that two EF1 tornadoes hit Tuesday night, one in Tullahoma and one in Manchester, as strong storms moved across Tennessee and Alabama.
According to the NWS, the storm produced winds around 105 mph and struck at 9:15 p.m.
Officials with the Coffee County Emergency Management Agency said the storm brought several trees and power lines down.
No one was injured, but crews were still out assessing damage. Those with the NWS were investigating whether any of the damage could be from an EF2 tornado.
A few homes sustained damaged with trees falling on then, but they said most of it was minor damage.
Tullahoma schools were closed Wednesday due to the storm damage.
Further south, three people were killed and multiple others were injured during the storms in Jackson County, Alabama as late storms moved through the Rosalie community Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.
Severe weather also rolled through Mississippi, destroying four structures in Winston County. There were no immediate reports of injuries, but several homes and cars we counties in Northern Mississippi were without power.
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