Officials with the National Weather Service have confirmed a fourth tornado touched down in Tennessee during storms that moved through from the remnants of Hurricane Harvey.
Reports stated the EF-0 tornado briefly touched down along Cotton Branch Road in Linden in rural southeast Perry County around 4:19 p.m. Thursday.
The tornado had max wind speeds of 80 miles per hour. It traveled a path that was one fourth of a mile long and 50 yards wide.
Damage from the tornado included a porch and metal roof that were blown off a home and several trees that were blown down.
Three other tornados were also confirmed from Thursday's storms in both Davidson and Maury counties.