Three years and one day after the 2011 tornadoes, my county got hit again.
It's hard to say how these compare to 2011 in terms of destruction, etc. The 2011 tornadoes hit in the East Limestone area, which is pretty densely populated. These hit in the western part of the county, which is much less densely populated, and nowhere near as developed. But once again, I still know several people who were directly affected by this. Two separate tornadoes came through; The first (and by far the most damaging) missed my parents by about a mile to the north, and another missed them by a couple of miles to the south. The East Limestone area, where I live, which was damaged so badly three years ago (and then again on March 3, 2012), got out relatively unscathed this time. The internet at my place is down, and my computer charger got fried (and shot across the room) due to a lightning strike, but overall I was definitely fortunate. One young man I know (a former student) lost his house entirely in the 2011 tornadoes; their house was seriously damaged in the 2012 ones; they have a river house that was seriously damaged on Monday. (They weren't at the river house Monday, thankfully.)
The Sunday storms in Arkansas and Oklahoma were, if anything, even more severe, because they went full-force through major towns.