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Serious weather: After rounds of tornadoes in the south, the storm threatens North Carolina, Virginia and Florida next

Approximately 6.3 million people in eastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia are on tornado watch until 9:00 pm ET Thursday as the Storm Prediction Center warns they face triple strike of strong winds, hail and potential tornadoes.

latest warnings come after region this week alone, there have been at least 62 tornado reports combined with with severe storms that damaged homes and businesses in several states.

“Strong to heavy thunderstorms are possible on Thursday in eastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia, and parts of of on the Florida peninsula, the forecasting center warned. – Gusts of wind, hail and steam of there will be a tornado possible.”

The worst of storms could potentially hit Virginia Beach, Chesapeake and Norfolk in Virginia along with Tampa and St. Petersburg in Florida.

Southern capture with back-to-back outbreaks

Several rounds of harsh and deadly weather took over the South in last days, killing at least three people.

On Wednesday evening, two tornadoes were seen near Valdosta, Georgia. hours.

A man died on Tuesday in East Texas where the tree fell on House on wheels in White House community, according to the Smith County emergency management coordinator. Later that day a man in Georgia was killed when a tornado swept through Bryan County.

As well as in Webster Parish, Louisiana, the man died early Tuesday morning when his car According to the state police, he crashed into a fallen tree.

Captain Chris Hodge of Department of Georgia of Natural resources, reports with Mike Fox sits surrounded remains of    his home in    Park Place area of Ellabell, Georgia. Captain Chris Hodge of Department of Georgia of Natural resources, reports with Mike Fox sits surrounded remains of    his home in    Park Place area of Ellabell, Georgia.

City in South Carolina of Monetta saw an EF-2 tornado that delivered approximately maximum winds of 130 mph, the National Weather Service confirmed.

Four homes we destroyed and five others were seriously injured in Allendale County, South Carolina, where suspected tornadoes were reported, State Emergency Management division said. At least three people received injuries incompatible with life, division added.

Relentless severity weather It was also responsible for storm-related injuries and rescue operations due to fast-moving flood waters in multiple states.

Late last month, Texas along with Mississippi and Louisiana were slammed with tornadoes that left at least one human dead.

Dave Alsup of CNN, Mike Saenz, Gene Norman and Rebecca Riess contributed to this report.

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