Tuesday night's severe weather front, which is being blamed for the deaths of two people in Louisiana and one in Mississippi, left most of the Coast unscathed.
Although some golf ball-sized hail along with heavy rain and gusty winds were reported, Coast officials said the storm caused little to no damage.
Harrison County Emergency Management Director Rupert Lacy said there was no damage reported in Harrison County.
"We had a few reported power outages but that was about it," he said. "We escaped the severe weather -- we're fortunate."
Brian Adam, Hancock County emergency manager, said a home on Whitfield Road was damaged. He said part of the roof was removed from the home and some trees were knocked down. Adam said he could not confirm if the damage was caused by a tornado.
"We're going to go back out there today and survey the damage some more," Adam said Wednesday.
Earl Etheridge, Jackson County emergency manager, said there were no reports of damage Tuesday night.