With the recent storms that came through the South, it has been brought to our local meteorology's attention that most people in the state of Alabama do not know where their county is located on a map.

Since the weather in Alabama during Spring is very unstable, it is extremely important for the residents to know where their county is located on a map. Knowing this bit of information can save yours and other people's lives.

If James Spann says you need to know where to find your county on a map, then we suggest you do it. Trust me, it could save lives!

9. Chambers

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10. Cherokee

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11. Chilton

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12. Choctaw

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15. Cleburne

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17. Colbert

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18. Conecuh

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20. Covington

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21. Crenshaw

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22. Cullman

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27. Escambia

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29. Fayette

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30. Franklin

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35. Houston

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36. Jackson

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37. Jefferson

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39. Lauderdale

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40. Lawrence

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42. Limestone

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43. Lowndes

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45. Madison

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46. Marengo

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48. Marshall

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51. Montgomery

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54. Pickens

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56. Randolph

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57. Russell

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58. St. Clair

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61. Talladega

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62. Tallapoosa

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63. Tuscaloosa

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65. Washington

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67. Winston

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