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Good morning! Tonya Terry here! You'll definitely want to tune in to WSFA 12 News this morning for Today in Alabama starting at 4:30. At least 11 fatalities have been confirmed in Mississippi and Alabama as a massive, fast-moving severe weather system pushed through the southeast on Monday. We'll have the latest including a LIVE report from NBC Meteorologist Al Roker who is in Birmingham this morning.

Also, the state's emergency operations center is up and running. The Governor declared a State of Emergency for all 67 counties.

And, several school systems will have a late start today and at least one won't open. We'll rundown the list for you and also let you know how the traffic is looking as you head out this morning.

Those stories and more, starting at 4:30 on Today in Alabama!

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