Damage Reported in Louisiana as Tornadoes Strike Deep South

Drew MacFarlane
Published: November 6, 2018

Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, authorities reported damage after at least two tornadoes were spawned in the area Monday evening.

Storm damage was reported after sheriff's deputies reported seeing an eastbound tornado between Natchez and Natchitoches, according to KSLA.com.

The Storm Prediction Center reports at least two homes were damaged in the parish due to a tornado. No injuries have been reported.

(FORECAST: Severe Weather Outbreak Expected in the South)

Additional damage was reported in Marthaville, where social media reports showed severe damage to a home.

Damage seen in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana.
(Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office)

Outages grew to nearly 3,000 customers in Louisiana, according to PowerOutage.us.

As the storms moved into Mississippi and Tennessee, more tornado warnings were issued. About 10 p.m. more than 3,400 customers were without electricity in Tennessee. 

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