Millions of Americans may be in the path of storms as tornadoes hit southern US

Millions of Americans may be in the path of storms as tornadoes hit southern US

A storm outbreak in the U.S. on Sunday led to multiple reports of tornadoes as severe weather moved from Louisiana to Mississippi, prompting a tornado emergency being declared that evening in at least one state.

But the storms weren’t done, with trees being toppled in Georgia, including one that came down on an SUV, though emergency crews were able to help rescue the driver.

As Ross Hull reports, millions of Americans are still in the path of more potential storms, which could bring tornadoes, with the U.S. Storm Prediction Center’s enhanced risk stretching from Dallas, Texas to St. Louis, Mo., with the risk expected to shift Tuesday towards cities like Nashville, Tenn. and Atlanta, Ga.

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