Nearby, trees and powerlines fell on a mobile home and vehicle at Lake Harbor and in neighboring Louisiana, KSLA reported that a 48-year-old Shreveport man was killed when a tree fell on his mobile home.
Power outage tracker PowerOutage.US showed Saturday morning that there were still more than 53,300 outages in Louisiana, almost 39,000 outages in Mississippi, more than 28,600 outages in Arkansas, close to 14,800 outages in Florida and more than 10,000 outages in Alabama.
While the storms brought damaging winds and tornado advisories across the Gulf States, storms and the potential of isolated tornadoes will continue through Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
The agency reports that potent thunderstorm activity in the Deep South will approach the Southeast with some storms becoming severe and containing heavy rainfall with the potential for rain rates in excess of two inches per hour.
The Gulf Coast is also at risk for excessive rainfall once again, with amounts as high as four inches.
In addition, the Middle Mississippi River Valley, Mid-Atlantic coast and East Coast all have thunderstorms forecast through Saturday night.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.