Possible tornado damage has been reported in western and south central Kentucky.
Officials say today’s severe storms damaged houses and other property in Hopkins, Christian, Pulaski and Lincoln counties.
Kentucky Division of Emergency Management spokesperson Buddy Rogers says the events have not yet been confirmed to be tornado touchdowns.
“The Weather Service will come in; they’ll send personnel on the ground,” says Rogers. “They determine what damages are obvious and they have a methodology they use that determines if it was a tornado or not.”
Two injuries have been reported. They are not considered life threatening.