The roof of a hotel in New Albany, Mississippi, was damaged, although the cause was unclear. Authorities say a possible tornado has touched down in western MS, causing damage to several businesses and vehicles.
One thunderstorm cell near Columbus Air Force Base in MS has a potential "debris ball" signature on radar, which indicates the potential for significant tornado damage that can be detected by radar, he said. Trees were toppled and minor damage was reported in residential areas east of the campus.
In Alabama, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office reported that a county worker had died in a hospital after being hit by a vehicle near Hueytown.
Two children, siblings aged three and eight, were killed on Saturday when a tree fell on the auto in which they were sitting in Pollok, Texas, said a spokeswoman for the Angelina County Sheriff's Department.
Winds may blow limbs, trees and power lines.
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In another storm death nearby, an unidentified victim's body was trapped in a vehicle submerged in floodwaters in Calhoun, Louisiana, Springfield said.
In central Texas, approximately a dozen people were injured in Franklin where a tornado was confirmed by the National Weather Service, according to The Dallas Morning News. Homes were damaged about 250 miles (402 kilometers) to the north in Glencoe, and there's scattered damage south of Birmingham. Crews were sent to survey the damage.
The weekend storm brought tornadoes that killed at least five people, including three children, in the U.S. South, officials said. Some people had to be extricated from their homes.
Meteorologist Monique Sellers said they've received reports of downed trees, as well as damage to buildings and a transmission tower.
Both lines of storms are capable of producing damaging wind gusts, isolated hail and even a tornado or two.