The National Weather Service says storm surveys show seven tornadoes skipped across central Alabama late Wednesday and early Thursday. No one was seriously hurt and most of the twisters were weak, causing scattered damage. But the storms serve as a reminder of the possibility of severe weather in the state during the springtime. The weather service says a preliminary survey shows the strongest tornado was an EF-2 that hit Bullock County Wednesday. The other six twisters all had winds of 85 mph or less and were rated at EF-0. They affected Barbour, Lee, Montgomery and Bullock counties.