A number of states were hit with severe weather, including damaging and deadly tornado-warned storms, over the weekend.
A Louisiana man died Friday night after strong winds knocked a tree into his mobile home, authorities say, as severe weather along the northern Gulf Coast puts nearly 65 million people are at risk.
After last year's record-breaking hurricane season, forecasters are expecting another overactive season.
Severe storms return to the South on Wednesday, threatening nearly 25 million people with tornadoes, large hail and damaging winds.
Millions of people across the Southeast are under the threat of severe weather, including heavy rain and possibly isolated tornadoes, through Wednesday night.
Parts of Tennessee, including Nashville, were under a flash flood emergency early Sunday morning as a powerful storm system rolled through the region -- with reports of people clinging to trees and taking refuge in their attics to avoid the rising water.
Tornado warnings were issued for parts of Alabama and Mississippi on Thursday afternoon as the South braces for severe weather.
Over 50 million people are at risk of severe weather Thursday, from the central Gulf Coast through the Ohio River Valley, with a risk of long-track tornadoes, especially across the South.
Severe weather will likely return to millions across the South by Thursday, impacting places that experienced long-track tornadoes weather last week.
Severe storms are expected and tornadoes are possible in parts of the Southeast and the mid-Atlantic on Thursday, a day after storms and twisters brought down homes and trees in parts of the Deep South.
Severe storms are forecast for parts of the South on Wednesday, threatening nearly 50 million people with powerful tornadoes, large hail and damaging winds.
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