(WIAT) — There have been reports of weather damage around Central Alabama due to Sunday morning storms.
CBS 42 meteorologists are working around the clock to keep you safe and aware of what’s to come as Alabamians brace for severe weather.
Storms reports are coming widely from Alexander City in Tallapoosa and Hissop in Coosa County. Waxahatchee in Shelby County has reported numerous trees blocking CR-47 and Duck Cove Road. There are reports of downed trees across the Gap of the Mountain community in Chilton County, with many of them crashing onto homes. City Park in Downtown Clanton has received heavy flooding due to Sunday’s rain.
Shelby County has also announced a road closure and they are encouraging people to take alternate routes:
More reports of wind damage and trees down in Wind Creek State Park in Tallapoosa County. Many RVs and campers were destroyed from fallen trees.
View photos from Sunday’s storms around Central Alabama.
Follow CBS 42 meteorologists Ashley Gann, Nate Harrington and Griffin Hardy for Tweet updates.
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