EF-0 tornado confirmed in Bainbridge, Georgia on Wednesday

No injuries were reported

BAINBRIDGE, Ga. -- The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-0 tornado touched down in Bainbridge, Georgia, on Wednesday afternoon.

The tornado, which had winds of 80 mph, touched down in Bainbridge around 3:07 p.m. just southwest of Evans Street.

It then moved northwest, causing minor damage to an apartment building on Potter Street and knocked down a highway sign on East Shotwell Street.

Tree damage was also found on several roads in the area.

Metal roofing was peeled back at a convenience store on the corner of East Calhoun Street and Albany Road and damaged a carport nearby.

One home on Albany Road received damage to its roof before the tornado lifted back into the air near East Carter Street.

No injuries were reported.