Data file — A tornado details down next to Moundville in Hale State, Ala., Thursday, March 17, 2021, causing harm to homes and downing trees and shrubs. Springtime storms triggered significant damage to complexes in a central Texas city, and forecasters say more stormy weather is expected later in the week for elements of the southern U.S. (Gary Cosby Jr.,/The Tuscaloosa Information via AP)
BERTRAM, Tx (AP) – Springtime storms caused significant damage to properties in a central Texas city, and forecasters say more stormy weather is expected later in the week for parts of the southern U.S.
There have been no immediate reports of injuries from Monday night’s storms in Bertram, about 45 miles (70 kilometers) northwest of Austin. The Country wide Weather Service will determine if the harm in the location was induced by powerful winds or a tornado.
Meanwhile, more storms were predicted for Wed and Thursday in several Southern states. The Storm Prediction Middle in Norman, Oklahoma, says a potential outbreak of strong tornadoes is possible Thursday day and evening in parts of the lower Mississippi Valley and southeast U.S.
The storms are expected to get started Wednesday night in parts of Arkansas and Louisiana before getting into Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama, forecasters said.