The National Weather Service has confirmed that an EF-0 tornado touched down in Cannon County Monday night.
Photos: Flooding, Damage Reported After Storms
Cannon County residents began cleaning up after the storm moved through around 4:30 p.m., ripping off and partially damaging several roofs. At least four homes were damaged on Bradyville Road.
No one was injured.
Witnesses say ‘a possible tornado’ damaged 4 homes on Bradyville Rd in Cannon County. Cleanup is underway now. pic.twitter.com/Vtw70gNCfK
— Emily Luxen (@NC5_EmilyLuxen) September 25, 2018
Witnesses said they saw "rotation" and a "possible tornado."
On Tuesday, the NWS confirmed it was a tornado with maximum winds of 85 mph. They said more details, including path length and path width, are still being determined.
Witnesses stated the tornado skipped along its path. Officials said it was only on the ground for one to two minutes.
A resident of the Readyville community in western Cannon County took amazing video of the brief, skipping EF-0 #tornado that touched down yesterday afternoon: https://t.co/LhT2Td5zSC
— NWS Nashville (@NWSNashville) September 25, 2018
Flooding was also reported across much of DeKalb County, especially near Alexandria where viewer photos/video showed water flowing along the roadside.
Check out the flooding on West Main Street in Alexandria TN tonight (video from Lonnie Swope) @nc5@NWSNashville - DeKalb Co remains under a Flash Flood Warning until 9pm tonight. pic.twitter.com/jQObc6Px0w
— Bree Smith (@NC5_BreeSmith) September 24, 2018