The National Weather Service in Glasgow has confirmed that a small tornado touched down Wednesday night southeast of Glasgow near the town of Whatley.
The tornado is estimated to have touched down at 9:17 PM, and was on the ground for less than five minutes.
The damage path from the tornado was narrow, only 50 yards, and the track of the tornado was less than a mile. The tornado was rated EF-0 - the lowest level - with an estimated peak wind speed of 80 miles per hour.
In its brief time on the ground, the tornado damaged several buildings. A roof was lifted completely off a metal barn, and a nearby house had siding damage. Another home had minor roof damage, and a roof was lifted of a car port.
There were no reports of injuries.