Dead as Storms Continue Across the Southern US

Dead as Storms Continue Across the Southern US

Dead as Storms Continue Across the Southern US

Winds reached 60 miles per hour in Binghamton, the weather service said, as lines of severe thunderstorms rolled into the Northeast Sunday night.

There were at least six injuries from the tornado, which had a 17-mile-long path and was up to half a mile wide, the NWS confirmed.

Storms could bring damaging winds and isolated threats of large hail and tornadoes, meteorologists said.

Officials said Carter Lumber Company sustained "extensive damage" and a boat was lifted off the ground.

We're monitoring as potential severe weather moves through the area Sunday The WTXL First Alert Weather team says local effects are being felt now.

"They were at the wrong place at the wrong time", Capt. Alton Lenderman of the Angelina County Sheriff's Office told The New York Times.

In Louisiana, a 13-year-old boy drowned in a drainage area, the Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office said.

Trees and power lines were knocked over and parts of buildings were left hanging across utility lines in Troy.

In East Texas, the Angelina County Sheriff's Office said an 8-year-old and a 3-year-old died when strong winds toppled a tree onto the back of their family's vehicle in Lufkin while it was in motion.

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Saturday was a particularly destructive day for the storm.

The severe weather threat Saturday and Sunday placed almost 100 million Americans at risk of risky storms, tornadoes, hail and severe wind gusts, CNN Meteorologist Haley Brink said.

Meteorologist Monique Sellers said they've received reports of downed trees, as well as damage to buildings and a transmission tower.

Local emergency management officials say one person is dead after a tornado swept through a northern MS town late Saturday.

The Washington Post went on to report that an elderly man was killed "when a tree fell on his trailer in Hamilton, Mississippi".

"We were hit really, really, hard".

On Monday, the storm system moved east, causing travel delays in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

The biggest threat with the storms will be damaging winds with the possibility of a tornado.

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