UNION — The National Weather Service sent teams to Neshoba County Monday to survey for tornado damage here from a storm front that crossed the area Sunday.

The front brought rain, high winds and a temperature drop as storms were capable of producing spin-up tornadoes throughout much of the afternoon. Tornado warnings were issued as a result of the storm system.

No injuries have been reported in Neshoba.

A National Weather spokeswoman said there were reports of downed trees south of Union. There was also a report that a truck was turned over and some siding was blown off a building. There were also reports of some empty chicken houses being damaged. There was apparently no damage in the town.

Neshoba County 911/emergency director Darrell Wilson said he monitored the storm. He said there were no 911 calls because of the storm and that he was not aware of any power outages.

A spokeswoman from Central Electric Power Association said she had nothing to report concerning power outages in Neshoba County.

“Our outages were in Attala County,” she said.

In Attala County, damage from what officials expect was a tornado occurred around McCool.