The National Weather Service estimates upwards of 15-to-20 potential tornadoes struck parts of north Georgia as a result of Monday's severe weather.
Survey teams said they were able to confirm that an EF-1 tornado touched down in Carrollton on Monday, starting to the west of downtown Carrollton, moving toward Fire Station 2, and ending the east-northeast of downtown. The storm brought 90 mph winds to the Carrollton area.
Several reports of storm damage were received from Carrollton in the midst of Monday's storms, including the structural damage from Carrollton City Fire Station #2, where a portion of the roof was torn from the building.
No injuries were reported at the fire station, or elsewhere in the Carrollton area.
A second tornado -- an EF-0 -- was confirmed in Spalding County northwest of Griffin, while a third, also an EF-0, was confirmed by weather service crews in southern Henry County near Locust Grove. Both of those tornadoes had winds of around 85 miles per hour.
Survey teams from the National Weather Service office in Peachtree City spent time in and around north Georgia examining a number of sites where storm damage was reported during Monday's round of severe weather.
Other teams were surveying damage across additional areas of north Georgia that were struck by storms on Monday. The National Weather Service covers a 95-county area across north Georgia, so it may take a significant period of time to confirm all of Monday's potential tornadoes.
Weather service officials say they will have official reports about the intensity of Monday's storms available by late Tuesday afternoon or Tuesday evening.
11Alive Chief Meteorologist Chris Holcomb says after Monday's round of severe weather, another round of perhaps stronger storms is headed our way on Wednesday.
PHOTOS | Carrollton Storm Damage - 4/3/17