The tornado count following Thursday’s round of severe weather was holding at 10 on Sunday night, according to the National Weather Service in Birmingham.
Meteorologists on Sunday added more details about tornadoes already confirmed and made minor track adjustments.
Storm surveys are not done yet, however. The weather service said it may take a look at areas between Ohatchee and Wellington in Calhoun County, western Marengo County and northern Jefferson and Blount counties.
The weather service said it also still has to review the 80-mile-long tornado track that stretched from Hale to Shelby counties.
Some stats about the 10 confirmed tornadoes:
Longest track so far: 80.21 miles for the tornado that touched down in Hale County and traveled across Perry, Bibb, Chilton and Shelby counties.
Strongest tornado so far: West Blocton-North Shelby tornado has a preliminary rating of EF-3 and top estimated winds of 140 mph.
Deadliest tornado: Ohatchee tornado with five deaths.
Here are the tornadoes confirmed by the National Weather Service in Birmingham as of Sunday night:
1. Hale-Tuscaloosa counties (Elliott’s Creek): EF-2, 120 mph winds. Path 11.43 miles long. No injuries.
2. Bibb-Shelby-St. Clair counties (West Blocton-North Shelby): EF-3, 140 mph winds. Path length 50.36 miles long. Five injuries.
3. Pickens County (Cochrane): EF-1, 90 mph winds. Path 5.63 miles long. No injuries.
4. Calhoun County (Ohatchee-Wellington): EF-2, 130 mph winds. Path 24.35 miles long. Five deaths, TBD injuries.
5. Cherokee County (Piedmont): EF-0, 75 mph winds. Path 3.57 miles long. No injuries.
6. Greene County (Clinton): EF-1, 100 mph winds. Path 12.05 miles long. No injuries.
7. Hale-Perry-Bibb-Chilton-Shelby counties: EF-2 (preliminary), 130 mph winds (preliminary). Path length 80.21 miles. Two injuries but may be more.
8. Jefferson County (South Roebuck): EF-1, 90 mph winds. Path 4.78 miles long. No injuries.
9. Chilton-Coosa counties (Lake Mitchell): EF-2, 115 mph winds. Path 13.94 miles long. No injuries.
10. Clay-Randolph counties (Sikesville-Wehadkee): EF-2, 125 mph winds. Path 27.73 miles long. No injuries.
Read more about each tornado here.