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David Cowan uses a cooler to help Shannon Martin remove belongings from her flooded home in Pelham, Ala.. Heavy rains sent a creek out of its banks and resulted in severe flooding in parts of central Alabama. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves)

Last week was a busy one for weather forecasters and insurance adjusters across much of the country’s midsection, as severe thunderstorms brought large hail, flooding and damaging winds to the Midwest, Great Plains and Southeast, injuring more than a dozen people.

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