Supervisor Charles Reeves said it affected several residents in his beat.
"It destroyed Ms. Irma Polk's house, Jef Hayes' house, Betty Dyess' house," he said.
No one was hurt in all those destroyed homes.
"We've just got a lot of trees down and the power company has power restored. We're just trying to get the roads passable. We've got a lot of debris in the road."
It was easy to hear crews working as News Mississippi spoke with Reeves on his cell phone while he was at the damage site.
"It was definitely a tornado. We've got pine trees broke off 50 ft. high-twisted and laying in every direction. Tin is everywhere. It sucked the back out of two brick homes."
The National Weather Service was expected to send a survey team to rate the damage.