The severe weather outbreak on Thursday didn't produce the number of tornadoes originally thought, but several were reported across Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee during the afternoon and evening hours. One storm impacted Hartselle and Priceville, Alabama, about 25 miles southeast of Huntsville. A late evening tornado developed near I-65 and did damage to homes, trees, and powerlines from Hartselle up to Priceville.
PART 1 (0:00-2:55) Hartselle to Princeville, Alabama
Scene 1: Damaged home off Bethel Road northeast of Hartselle.
Scene 2: RV flipped on its side near Bethel Road northeast of Hartselle.
Scene 3: Debris littered yard off Bethel Road northeast of Hartselle.
Scene 4-6: Various shots of trees and other debris littering Bethel Road northeast of Hartselle.
Scene 7-8: Gas station cover tipped on its side in Princeville from the same tornado.
Scene 9-12: Various shots of tree damage south of Princeville.
Scene 13: Cop leaving the scene of damage south of Princeville.
Scene 14: Before storm shot of cloud illuminated by lightning over Hartselle.
Scene 15-19: POV driving shots taken as the tornado was in progress to the immediate north of the videographer. Scenes show heavin, sometimes blinding rains in the RFD section of the storm as the tornado was developing less than half a mile behind.
PART 2 (2:56-4:21) Red Bay, Alabama Storm Footage
Various shots of a severe storm with pounding winds hammering a gas station outside of Red Bay, Alabama in Franklin County. Various shots of high winds blowing through.