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Tornado rips through Alabama

Breaking Storm News: Alabama,USA
March 01, 2007
Sever weather is ripping through the nation's mid-section, and a tornado has reportedly destroyed parts of an Alabama High School.
The weather isn't letting up any time soon. Forecasters expect heavy rains and high winds to continue pounding Alabama through the afternoon and into the evening.
The second big winter storm to hit the central United States in less than a week slammed parts of Nebraska and Iowa with near-blizzard conditions on Thursday and spun off tornadoes that killed a child in Missouri.
Snow piling up at a rate of 2 inches an hour closed Interstate 80, a major transcontinental highway, in southeast Nebraska from Omaha westward, where more than 9 inches of snow had fallen in some areas.
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