Alabama Tornado Outbreak
A massive outbreak of tornadoes roared across the Deep South on April 27. The storm spawned nearly 250 tornadoes and killed nearly 350 people. Alabama was hit the hardest. Twisters carved across the state, claiming more than 200 lives.
The National Weather Service has deployed storm survey teams to figure out how strong the tornadoes were and how far they traveled. Already, two EF-5 tornadoes, the strongest on the tornado damage scale, have been confirmed. The EF-5 twisters are the first in the United States in three years .
In this image gallery, we take a look at the amazing images that have already been gathered, including storm tracks, satellite images and aerial damage photos.