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Severe weather threat shifts to south Alabama

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Gov. Robert Bentley speaks at a news conference Tuesday. Gov. Robert Bentley speaks at a news conference Tuesday.

The WSFA 12 News weather team says there's still a risk of tornadoes through the night Tuesday with the risk heavily favoring south Alabama.

"This transition in where we're most concerned should not be viewed as justification to sound the all clear. Far from it," according to the updated WSFA weather blog. "We are already seeing multiple rotating storms working ashore from the Gulf. These will threaten our southernmost counties through the night and should be taken seriously."

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Gov. Robert Bentley and Alabama Emergency Management Agency Chief Art Faulkner addressed the state on its disaster response Tuesday afternoon.

Bentley said he will ask for a federal emergency declaration from FEMA. The governor confirmed there were three known fatalities from the first round of storms. He said the state is in search, rescue and recovery mode.

Bentley urged all Alabamians to be on alert during the second found of storms Tuesday and find their safe place.

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