PEARL RIVER COUNTY, MS (WLOX) - Crews are assessing the damage from a line of storms that moved through parts of Mississippi Saturday afternoon.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency said damage has been reported in at least four counties as a result of severe weather.
MEMA said three structures were damaged in Pearl River County. Flooding was also reported, along with downed trees and power lines. MEMA crews have been deployed to the area to offer their assistance.
Pearl River County Emergency Management Director Danny Manley said the severe weather caused the roofs to blow off approximately six sheds. He also said a large tree fell over and damaged one home. In addition, one camper trailer overturned, but no one was inside at the time.
WLOX meteorologist Andrew Wilson said there is no confirmation of a tornado touching down in Pearl River County. Crews will provide further assessment on Sunday.
Damage has also been reported in Clarke, Marion, and Wayne Counties.
MEMA said flash flooding affected at least four businesses in Clarke County. It also impacted the county emergency operations center and one home.
10 homes in Marion County were also damaged by the severe storms.
One mobile home in Wayne County was damaged as well. Trees and power lines were also knocked down by the storm.
No injuries have been reported in Mississippi, and MEMA said no severe storms are forecast for Sunday. However, flash flooding is possible because of the saturated ground.
If you see any damage, you can report it to your local Emergency Management Agency. Click here for a list of contact numbers for each county.