- Tornadoes occurred in Florida, Louisiana and Alabama on Sunday.
- A waterspout was observed that moved inland along Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
- Reported tornadoes in Louisiana and Alabama left damage.
- An EF1 tornado was confirmed by the National Weather Service in Galliano, Louisiana.
Four tornadoes were confirmed near the Gulf Coast on Sunday, causing damage from southeastern Louisiana to southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.
A pair of EF0 tornadoes were confirmed by the National Weather Service in Baldwin County, Alabama, injuring five, Sheriff Hoss Mack told WALA-TV.
The first of these tornadoes overturned five RV's at the Anchors Aweigh RV Park in the city of Foley, approximately 30 miles southeast of Mobile.
Just 10 minutes later, another EF0 tornado landed near the city of Elberta, uprooting trees but causing minor damage to some houses.
A waterspout roared off the coast on Sunday afternoon on Okaloosa Island and Fort Walton Beach, Florida, about 140 miles west of Tallahassee, seriously damaging at least one home, tearing down trees and power lines  and harmful vehicles .
There were no reports of injuries in Okaloosa County because of this tornado.
An apparent tornado also knocked down trees in homes in Ft. Rucker, Alabama, prompting the Army to temporarily shut down the base of southeastern Alabama to all but those who live and work at the base about 80 miles north from the city of Panama, Florida. No injuries were reported.
In Crenshaw County, Alabama, south of Montgomery, several trees were knocked down in houses and blocked rural roads from another apparent tornado on Sunday afternoon, with no injuries reported, WSFA-TV reported.
The National Weather Service in Birmingham, Alabama, plans to inspect the damaged parts of southern Barbour and the southern counties of Montgomery.
On Sunday morning, the roofs of several homes were damaged and the cars were thrown by an EF1 tornado in Galliano, Louisiana, about 72 miles from New Orleans, according to the National Weather Service. No injuries were reported.
The power lines were also brought down by the storm. More than 800 were without power in Lafourche County as of Sunday night, according to the Entergy electric company.
"The risk of a few severe storms will head southeast on Monday," meteorologist meteorologist Brian Donegan said. "Harmful wind gusts and large hail are the main threats, although an isolated brief tornado is also possible"