At least two tornadoes touched down in Alabama during a round of severe weather on Friday.
The National Weather Service had already confirmed one tornado, which ran through Cullman and Winston counties and peaked as an EF-2.
But the weather service in Huntsville on Monday confirmed a second tornado and released a preliminary storm report.
The new tornado was an EF-1 with peak winds of 90 mph. It touched down in the Higdon area in Jackson County at 6:25 p.m. Friday.
It touched down just west of Alabama Highway 71, or about 1 mile northeast of Higdon. It was on the ground for 1.7 miles, according to the weather service.
The storm toppled several trees, one of which fell on a house and a truck. It brought down or damaged several other large trees and ripped a metal roof off a house.
The Higon tornado comes in addition to the Cullman-Winston tornado, which was rated an EF-2 with top winds of 130 mph.
That storm destroyed a mobile home in the Jones Chapel area of Cullman County and was blamed for three injuries.
A third storm on Friday that prompted a tornado warning was not a tornado but caused straight-line wind damage in Madison County.
by Leigh Morgan (2018, June 25) AL.com