Southeast U.S. Recovering After Yesterday’s Storm, Preparing For Another

Parts of the south are recovering after a storm swept through last night. Today more than 46 million people are under some level of threat for severe weather as another band works its way across the southeast and parts of the southern Appalachians bringing severe thunderstorms, damaging winds, possible tornadoes and large hail with it. About 13.6 million people in parts of Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina and Georgia are under the highest threat level. A flood watch is also in effect for parts of Georgia until tomorrow morning. The storm yesterday, killed at least one person in Georgia and another person in Texas.