And more people are missing as crews search through wreckage and debris. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission. Here are the ways in which our office notifies the public for tornado warnings: Outdoor Warning Sirens: Since 2009, the Lee County EMA has utilized a polygon-based warning notification system for siren activation.
Officials from @AlabamaEma & other agencies are quickly working to provide assistance. EF-2, 111-135 mph winds, considerable damage, EF-3, 136 to 165 mph winds, severe damage, EF-4, 166-200 mph winds, devastating damage.
The National Weather Service said there were indications the tornado that struck Lee County was at least an EF-3, which means it had winds estimated at 158-to … Gov. Climate Prediction
They will assess damage in Autauga, Macon, Lee and Barbour Counties.
Other reports came from the Beauregard area.