A single supercell thunderstorm, which traveled some 550 miles, was responsible for the most severe tornadoes. (Credit: cherylvb/Adobe Stock) A single supercell thunderstorm, which traveled some 550 miles, was responsible for the most severe tornadoes. (Credit: cherylvb/Adobe Stock)

An estimated 16,800 homes were within the path of a severe weather system that produced tornadoes, hail and straight-line winds across Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia, CoreLogic, Inc. reports.

The residential properties in the systems path have a combined reconstruction value (RCV) of $4.5 billion, CoreLogic projected. Alabama’s Dallas County was the hardest hit, with an estimated 5,755 properties with an RCV of $1.6 billion located along the path. Spalding, Henry and Troup counties in Georgia and Tallapoosa County, Alabama, were among the most heavily impacted.

 

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