Severe storms caused flooding and wind damage in parts of central Kentucky Tuesday morning.
Dispatchers and emergency managers in Harrison County reported some roads were flooded as the storm moved through.
Emergency officials say there was high water in the Garnett Road and Bobtown Road areas of rural Harrison County, near the Nicholas County line.
We're told the flooding was mostly limited to roads, but there were some homes threatened by the water earlier.
At one point, emergency officials say water as deep as five inches covered some roads in Harrison County.
In Bourbon County, a large tree fell near a home on 11th Street in Paris.
The tree caused some damage to the home's porch.