An evening thunderstorm has caused damage across west Alabama, primarily in the form of downed trees and powerlines, although some homes also reportedly suffered damage.

According to reports compiled by the NWS in Birmingham, storm damage is reported in Marion, Sumter, Jefferson, Walker, Fayette and Perry County. Social media also reports some trees down in Tuscaloosa County.

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Emergency responders, dispatchers and other spotters have reported numerous trees and power lines down in
Winfield, which is in Marion and Fayette Counties, including some trees on homes.

There are reportedly multiple trees down in southwestern Sumter County.

Responders say there is widespread tree damage in Jefferson County, including reports from Concord, Maytown, Adamsville,
Forestdale, Fultondale, Mt. Olive and Morris.

Trees have reportedly been downed south of Jasper in Walker County.

A home was damaged along Atkinson Road in Fayette County.

Social media also reports trees blocking County Road 24 in Perry County.

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Alabama Power is also reporting thousands of outages across the region - 3,500 customers in Tuscaloosa County, 1,200 in Sumter, 1,100 in Pickens, 1,300 in Marion County, 1,500 in Fayette and 7,700 in Jefferson.

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