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Severe weather moves across the southern U.S. A possible tornado touched down in Troy, Ala., but officials there believe the state's experience with past storms may have helped to keep citizens safe.

Powerful Storms That Spawned Tornadoes Rip Across The South

By Kyle Gassiott NPR
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