More storms are expected to continue hitting the southeastern United States Wednesday, after days of relentless severe weather has already left several areas with dangerous flooding and tornado damage.
The risk of severe weather continued Tuesday across much of the southern U.S. after tornadoes ripped through parts of the region on Sunday night and Monday — killing at least two people in Georgia.
Multiple tornadoes were reported Sunday night across Mississippi, damaging buildings and causing downed trees and power lines.
A possible tornado touched down in Polk County Sunday. A Winter Haven home had its roof completely torn off as severe winds ripped through the area.
Residents in Oviedo, Maitland, Casselberry and Winter Park had tons of hail dumped on them Sunday morning.
One person suffered minor injuries and 20 homes were damaged Saturday night during a strong storm, according to Manatee County Emergency Management.
The National Weather Service said the downpour left Nashville with its second-largest two-day rainfall in the city’s history.
Residents throughout the South are reeling after severe weather and tornadoes ripped across the region, killing at least five people and leaving behind widespread destruction.
Southern states were hit by tornadoes Thursday amid a dangerous severe weather outbreak which also brought large hail, damaging winds and flash flooding across the region.
More severe thunderstorms and tornadoes are possible Thursday for parts of the southeastern U.S. after a wave of storms pounded the region Wednesday.
Hail fell in Daytona Beach during a strong storm Saturday.
There was so much hail that some people thought it had snowed.
Kentucky firefighter Eddie Stacy was turning his firetruck around in the dark while responding to storm damage when he noticed a tiny light coming from the flooded Red River.
A tornado ripped through North Carolina's Brunswick County, killing at least three people and injuring 10 others in its trail of destruction.
A Waffle House in Alabama turned to a propane-fueled flattop grill and set up shop outdoors after a deadly tornado left the area without power earlier this week.
Tropical Storm Theta — which formed overnight and broke a record as the 29th named Atlantic storm of the season — is chugging east toward Europe on the cusp of hurricane status.
A strengthening Tropical Storm Eta cut across Cuba on Sunday, and forecasters say it's likely to be a hurricane before hitting the Florida Keys Sunday night or Monday.
ETA gaining intensity in the Caribbean this weekend
As the remnants of Hurricane Eta moved back over Caribbean waters, governments worked to tally the displaced and dead and recover bodies from landslides and flooding that claimed dozens of lives from Guatemala to Panama.
Trees on top of buses and cars. Roofs ripped off homes. Boats pushed onshore.