National Weather Service crews were expected in DeKalb and Marshall counties this morning to survey damage done by Monday’s storms and determine if it was caused by tornadoes. According to WHNT, initial reports of damage in DeKalb County include the roof of Collinsville High School gym, the National Guard Armory, two mobile homes at Alabama Highway 68 and Highway 168, a barn, outbuildings at the county coliseum and numerous chicken houses. A number of trees and power poles were snapped near Rainsville and several roads were closed Monday. In Albertville, three commercial buildings sustained roof damage along U.S. Highway 431 and Rose Road, with the roof of one building blowing into the highway and blocking it. Other Marshall County roads were blocked by a number of trees that were blown over.