A look at the losses from weekend tornadoes; at least 33 dead

ALABAMA: At least 10 dead, 50 injured. Damage heaviest in Walker County in the northern part of the state, where nine people died.

GEORGIA: Heavy damage in Pickens County north of Atlanta; at least four injured.

ILLINOIS: Two possible tornadoes touch down in southern Illinois but no damage reported.

INDIANA: Three people injured when winds partially collapse a supermarket in Blackford County in the east-central part of the state.

KENTUCKY: Scattered damage across state but no injuries reported.

LOUISIANA: Heavy rain in the southeastern part of the state.

MISSISSIPPI: One man killed in Lowndes County in the east-central part of the state; about 30 injured.

NORTH CAROLINA: Hundreds of thousands without power in mountain counties; storms pack wind of up to 50 mph.

OHIO: At least five dead, 21 injured. Damage heaviest in Van Wert County in the northwestern part of the state.

PENNSYLVANIA: One man killed, up to 19 injured, in Mercer County in the western part of the state.

SOUTH CAROLINA: Power outages and reported tornado touchdown in Greenwood County.

TENNESSEE: At least 16 dead, 55 injured. Damage heaviest in the rural town of Mossy Grove in the eastern part of the state, where seven died and 45 were unaccounted for.

WEST VIRGINIA: Six trailer homes destroyed in Jackson County but no one seriously hurt.

  • CBSNews.com staff CBSNews.com staff

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