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During the late evening hours of October 24th and early morning of October 25th, 2010, severe thunderstorms moved across northern Alabama, and southern middle Tennessee. The first wave of thunderstorms occurred between 10:00 PM and 1:00 AM CDT. These thunderstorms produced quarter to golfball sized hail and damaging winds across the area and one tornado touchdown in Moore County, Tennessee. A second wave of thunderstorms moved from northern Mississippi over north Alabama and southen Middle Tennessee between 1:00 AM and 5:00 AM CDT on Monday, October 25th. This line of storms produced four tornadoes. One occurred over far southwest Marshall County, Alabama around 3:20 am CDT near the Arab community. Three more tornadoes tracked simultaneously across southeastern Jackson and northern Dekalb Counties along a line of thunderstorms around 3:50 to 4:30 am CDT. 

Confirmed Tornado Paths

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Tornado track map for the October 24th - 25th 2010 Severe Weather Event

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