You may be waking up to more
tree limbs in your yard this morning. On Monday night, lightning and rain entered
the state just before 10 p.m. The storms caused plenty of
problems across our area.
A mobile home was overturned in western Marion County. There is no word on injuries.
A barn was destroyed in Good Springs in Walker County.
Trees were blown down in east
Birmingham, Walker, Cullman and Marion Counties.
Stay weather aware today as more storms are expected this afternoon.
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