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A busy day of weather on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 brought widespread severe weather to the area with five tornadoes confirmed across the region. The strongest of these tornadoes was an EF-2 (when it was in Alabama) that started in Barbour county before it moved northeast into Quitman county Georgia and was rated an EF-1. Other tornadoes impacted parts of the Florida Panhandle, including one that crossed Interstate 10 in Madison county Florida and shutdown the interstate for several hours.

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Region wide overview of the warnings issued by the office for this event. Red boxes are tornado warnings, yellow are severe thunderstorm warnings, and purple are special marine warnings. The icons are various types of local storm reports (LSRs). Satellite Imagery of this storm system as it proceeded through the region on Tuesday afternoon of March 31. 
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