A severe weather system moving through the central and southern U.S. on Monday has struck again, with a twister reportedly damaging and destroying businesses in Tupelo, Miss.
No injuries have yet been reported as officials begin to assess the emergency.
City spokeswoman Sarah Robinson told the Los Angeles Times that officials are reporting "significant damage to some businesses and hotels" in northwestern Tupelo shortly after 3 p.m. local time, though it hasn't been officially confirmed whether the damage was caused by a tornado.
Stormwatchers had reported seeing a wedge-shaped tornado headed toward town.
Dr. Robert Thornton, a dentist in Tupelo, gave the Los Angeles Times permission to share his
Other witnesses also tweeted photo of apparently serious damage, with none reporting injuries.