WEATHER SERVICE ASSESSING STORM DAMAGE IN SOUTH ALABAMA

CASTLEBERRY, Ala. (AP) – Weather service experts are assessing damage from storms that caused problems in at least six south Alabama counties.

The Johnsonville Volunteer Fire Department was heavily damaged in Conecuh County near Castleberry on Monday. The National Weather Service will determine whether that storm was part of a system that hit Century, Florida, with an apparent tornado.

Trees and power lines are down in Pike County. Possible storm damage also was reported in Russell, Barbour, Crenshaw and Montgomery counties.

No injuries were reported despite storms that prompted multiple tornado watches and warnings in south Alabama.

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