AL Tornado Victims Now Facing Rain and Chilly Weather

By: JOHN CHRISTOFFERSEN and JAY REEVES - Associated Press Writers
By: JOHN CHRISTOFFERSEN and JAY REEVES - Associated Press Writers

Rain added to the misery of those in several Southern states trying to salvage what they could from home badly damaged by deadly twisters, leaving them shivering in unseasonable temperatures in the lows 50s.

Though the sun is supposed to be out again Wednesday in Birmingham, temperatures the next couple days are forecast to be cooler there and other areas of the South where many lost everything, including coats, sweat shirts and sweaters, leaving them little to protect themselves from the chill.

The rain also didn't make the grim search for possibly more bodies under splintered homes and businesses any easier.

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