This outbreak is one for the record books... as I post this, three tornado-producing thunderstorms are ravaging northern Alabama and moving towards Tennessee. It's entirely possible that the tornadoes produced by this outbreak will break the all time monthly record for April... and could even challenge the all-time daily record, set back in 1974 by the so-called super outbreak. Also noteworthy is that The Weather Channel has issued a TOR:CON (Tornado Condition Index) value of 10 for northern Alabama, where the worst of the weather is - this is the first time a value of 10 has ever been issued. The scale, for the curious, goes from 0 to 10, and represents the likelihood of a tornado within a 50 mile radius of the highlighted area. Fortunately, I am not located in the bulls-eye for these storms... but I could still be affected, as I am in the "severe zone" for today.