EF-2 tornado confirmed in Madison County from damage reports - WAFF-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Huntsville, AL

EF-2 tornado confirmed in Madison County from damage reports

Storms blew a shed onto a house around Dug Hill Road and Ryland Pike. (Source: WAFF) Storms blew a shed onto a house around Dug Hill Road and Ryland Pike. (Source: WAFF)
Madison County deputies respond to damaged homes around Ryland Pike. (Source: WAFF) Madison County deputies respond to damaged homes around Ryland Pike. (Source: WAFF)
Crews clean up storm damage at Ryland Pike. (Source: WAFF) Crews clean up storm damage at Ryland Pike. (Source: WAFF)
MADISON COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

Tuesday's storms caused serious damage to a residential area of Madison County.

A survey team with the National Weather Service reports the damage was consistent with an EF-2 tornado.

Neighbors say roofs were ripped off in the Central Estates neighborhood, and a shed crashed through a home.

There are no reports of injuries or entrapment.

Multiple families have been displaced.

Wears Chapel Baptist Church is open as a temporary shelter.

The Madison County Sheriff's Office has set up at Central School.

Crews have arrived on Ryland Pike to start cleaning up.

READ MORE: Strong Tuesday night storms across the Valley

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