[Updated at 1:16 p.m. ET] At least 100 homes and business were damaged in the city of Mobile, Alabama¬†with an additional 20 to 25 structures damaged just outside of the city, an Alabama Emergency Management official said.
Eleven other counties are reporting¬†structural damage, however August did not have exact numbers.
Pike¬†County, south of Montgomery, reported that one adult male was severely¬†injured by the storm, however the extent of his injures were not known.
[Posted at 9:27 a.m. ET]¬†At least 215,000 power customers are without power in the Gulf Cost¬†region due to a weather system that moved thru the region yesterday and¬†overnight, according to local power companies
[Posted at 9:17 a.m. ET] Major Chris Heathscott, spokesman for the Arkansas National Guard, says¬†they have deployed resources for ambulance support in Pulaski and¬†Faulkner counties.
Fourteen personnel, and seven ambulances are¬†providing ambulance support in the region. Heathscott, says that the¬†area has had 6-8" of snow. Little Rock is in Pulaski County.