The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down early Wednesday morning in eastern Dickson County as a line of severe storms moved through Middle Tennessee. The EF0 tornado was one of 13 confirmed touchdowns in Middle Tennessee, including one that destroyed several homes and buildings in the Coble area of Hickman County. With winds of 65-85 miles per hour, the tornado started in the Craggie Hope Road area and moved northeast into Kingston Springs. Weather officials also report straight line winds approaching 100 miles per hour hit the Dickson County area, leaving behind scattered damage reports and causing numerous power outages. As of Wednesday afternoon, Dickson Electric System reported it was still working to restore power to about 2,000 customers and General Manager Darrell Gillespie said crews from other counties were assisting in the effort. One home on White Bluff Road was reported to have lost its roof and several homes were damaged by falling trees, but no injuries were reported. One death was reported in Nashville and the storm system went on to spawn more tornadoes in northern Georgia where another death was reported. The storms were the result of a cold front that moved through the area, which will plummet temperatures into the teens and bring rain and a chance of snow tonight and a chance for ice again on Saturday.