Isolated Storm Damage Reported Southwest Alabama

Storm Damage
Debbie Fagan

Fairhope, AL (WKRG)

A lot of rain and storms were reported around the region overnight.  Debbie Fagan said she got a rude awakening.

“I woke up hearing a freight train howling wind and our trailer shaking,” said Fagan in an e-mail to News 5.  “Then a loud boom trees down roof peeled off deck top gone.”  She sent pictures showing some of the damage.  Fagan says she lives in a home on Hughes Road in Fairhope.  The National Weather Service also reported damage in Clarke County.  Several trees and powerlines were down in the Whatley community.  In Washington County, trees were reported down in the Frankville Community.

Courtesy Debbie Fagan
Storm Damage
Courtesy of Don Witucki. This is storm damage in Fairhope as well but it is the only image not from the home on Hughes Lane


This playset was damaged in what appears to be high winds.
This home had roof, deck and porch damage.
Winds appeared to have ripped off portions of the trailer’s roof.
Home damage in Fairhope

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