Officials are investigating reports of at least two possible tornadoes in Mississippi and damage to a school.
National Weather Service meteorologist Anna Wolverton says on the Lincoln-Copiah county line, some damage was reported to the Wesson Attendance Center on Monday, as well as to some other structures. Windows were blown out in cars and ceilings damaged at the K-12 school.
WJTV in Jackson, Mississippi reports no injuries so far on Monday.
Damage was also reported to chicken houses and a shop in Leake County, Mississippi, from a second possible tornado.
The tornadoes are part of a large winter storm system hammering the eastern part of the U.S., bringing rain, strong winds, and sleet to northern states.