Storm clouds produced little damage Tuesday morning.
Christian and most surrounding counties were under one or two severe thunderstorm warnings this morning, with only minimal impacts reported across the area.
The first warning was issued around 5:50 and expired at 6:30, but no damage was reported from that cell in Christian, Trigg and Caldwell counties.
The second round of stronger storms swept through between 8:30 and 9:30 and affected several counties in Kentucky and Tennessee. Quarter sized hail was reported on the south side of Hopkinsville by local storm spotters, with similar reports coming in from Montgomery and Stewart counties.
The most notable damage was in Caldwell County, where several tree limbs were blown onto Kentucky Highway 139 just east of the I-24 interchange. The line of storms also brought the area some much-needed rainfall.
The National Weather Service says the next significant threat of severe weather appears to be Thursday.