There are no reports of anyone being hurt. Everyone is accounted for.
Then the tornado came through the woods to Quarterman Road:
The twister broke that tree and flung it down the road.
The tornado tore down a lot of trees on the south part of Quarterman Road. Here’s a video pan:
Pictures on Cat Creek Road and Quarterman Road by Gretchen Quarterman and John S. Quarterman
for LAKE, the Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange.
This canopy tree limb at the SW corner of the road broke completely off:
Let’s hope the county doesn’t decide to cut the whole tree down now. It’s still a fine old oak tree. By old, I mean old-timers a couple of decades ago recalled it as one of two (the other is on the other side of the road from it) that had been there back when that side of Quarterman Road continued south to the river, and along it to Cat Creek Road, which hasn’t been the case for probably 70 years or more.
Here’s a slideshow.
The good news: rain! We got rain! We like rain!