Alabama Emergency Managers had one declaration in 2016 that was caused by a series of storms at the end of December 2015. The damage was pretty widespread where 39 of Alabama’s 68 counties received a FEMA Public Assistance declaration.
Here’s a map:
As you can see, there was no defined pattern to the intensity of the damage. This is probably a result of multiple storms having impacted different parts of the State. We’ll be discussing this further at Alabama’s Association of Emergency Managers conference in Prattville this week.