Severe weather — including a tornado in the Atlanta area — continued to roar across the storm-battered South on Monday, a day after multiple twisters were reported in Mississippi.
In all, more than 100 million people from New Mexico to Delaware were at risk of some form of severe weather Monday afternoon and evening, the Storm Prediction Center said.
More severe storms were expected across the Southeast on Tuesday, forecasters warned. States at greatest risk included much of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee, the Prediction Center said.
At least 37,000 people were without power Monday evening in Texas, Georgia and Florida, according to poweroutage.us.
Storm hazards Tuesday will include hail, flooding downpours, tornadoes and damaging, straight-line wind gusts
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