3 tornadoes in Tennessee blamed on Harvey

Sarah Sharpe helps clean up at the home of Jimmy Doughty in Pickens County, Ala., after a tornado struck Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. The tornado damaged several homes in northwest Alabama as the remnants of Hurricane Harvey came through the state. (Gary Cosby Jr./The Tuscaloosa News via AP)

Hurricane Harvey

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Weather officials have confirmed three tornadoes touched down in Middle Tennessee as the remnants of Harvey barreled through the region this week.

A National Weather Service report says two tornadoes hit Nashville and one struck southwest Maury County on Thursday. No deaths or injuries were reported.

The Nashville tornadoes registered at 75 mph and 95 mph. Meteorologists said they damaged a warehouse, flipped over an 18-wheeler, removed part of a roof from a house and snapped or uprooted trees.

The 75-mph Maury County tornado ripped sheet metal from farm storage buildings.

In the Clarksville area, officials are monitoring the Red River and Cumberland rivers for flooding.

Heavy rain and wind from Tropical Depression Harvey hit the state Thursday and Friday after devastating parts of Texas earlier in the week.