At the time of writing this, there has been a confirmed 23 fatalities from possibly multiple significant to violent tornadoes in Northeastern Alabama. Depending on how many fatalities are confirmed by a single event, it seems that we have seen the most amount of fatalities from one single tornado since the 2013 Moore, Oklahoma EF5. If possible, either myself or another user in this community can post updates.

Update: The NWS has updtated one of the tornadoes from March 3rd's event to an EF4, making it the first violent tornado in the United States since the Eustace-Canton, Texas EF4 on April 29, 2017.

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