Kentucky tornado photos: What recovery and cleanup has looked like each day in communities

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Overnight Dec. 9 and into the early morning of Dec. 10, four tornadoes hit Western Kentucky and devastated communities in the Bluegrass State. As of Dec. 20, 76 people have been confirmed dead.

Courier Journal photographers and reporters have spent every day since chronicling the damage, cleanup and recovery.

Kentuckians and people from across the country have stepped up to help those affected by the storms. If you are looking for more information on ways you can help, check out our lists of relief funds, supply drives and volunteering opportunities.

See what our photojournalists and reporters have captured each day following the storms:

Dec. 11: Four tornadoes hit Kentucky: See before and after pictures

Dec. 12: Kentucky residents share photos of their damages

Dec. 13 Disaster relief and aerial photos

Dec. 14: Kentucky residents continue cleaning up

Dec. 15: President Joe Biden visits Western Kentucky

Dec. 16: Dawson Springs displaced families find shelter

Dec. 17: Rand Paul & Mitch McConnell visit Western Kentucky

Dec. 18: A week after the deadly tornadoes hit Kentucky & Mayfield jailer's funeral

Dec. 19: Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear and Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman hand out shoes in Western Kentucky

This article originally appeared on Louisville Courier Journal: Kentucky tornado photos: See pictures from every day