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Several Middle Georgia counties reporting damage after Wednesday's storms

Part of a metal roof sits crumpled on the ground outside of Gateway Fellowship church on Skipper Rd. in south Macon after severe storms on November 7/Claudia Coco (WGXA)

MACON, Ga. - Wednesday's severe storms have left several Middle Georgia counties with damage.

Bibb County was one of the hardest hit. National Weather Service meteorologists are in Macon Thursday surveying the damage to see if a tornado was responsible. Their initial indications are several small tornadoes may have developed. They expect to release a final report later Thursday.

Below are confirmed reports of damage by county.

BALDWIN COUNTY:

A tree along Admiralty Way fell on two cars, damaging the cars.

BIBB COUNTY:

Roof damage was reported at a church along Skipper Road.

A large tree was reported down at Porter Elementary School on School Road.

Tree down across all lanes on I-75 SB at Hartley Bridge Road.

Tree down across all lanes on I-475 SB north of I-75 merger and Hartley Bridge Road.

Tree down across all lanes on I-75 SB at Hartley Bridge Road

CRAWFORD COUNTY:

A tree was reported down blocking all lanes on SR 22 near the intersection of Dixon Road.

JOHNSON COUNTY:

Two trees were reported down along Calvary Church Road.

MONROE COUNTY:

Multiple trees and power lines were reported down in the area of Interstate 75 and Rumble Road and extending eastward along Pea Ridge Road and Highway 87.

Multiple trees were reported down in the city of Culloden and northeastward towards I-75.

TWIGGS COUNTY:

One tree was reported down on Strawberry Lane.

One tree was reported down on Sgoda Road.

One tree was reported down along Fountain Road near Myrics Mill

One tree was reported down on Bullard Road and two were reported down on Marion-Ripley road.

WILKINSON COUNTY:

A tree was reported down on Gordon-McIntyre road.


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