Severe storms killed three people in the United States this week, as dangerous weather moved across the South.
At least a dozen tornadoes hit a number of states during the second day of severe weather on Tuesday, with video showing the moment one is said to have ripped through Mississippi.
There were tornadoes and strong storms in Louisiana and Georgia on Tuesday, after they hit Texas and Oklahoma on Monday.
Besides that, there were also reports of damage in places like Kentucky and Palm Beach County, Fla.
In East Texas, a man was killed on Monday.
James Wansley, the mayor of Whitehouse, said that the man was 71-year-old W. M. Soloman, who was killed when a tree fell on his house and hit his head on the ground.
In a press conference, Wansley said: “We lost a neighbour. We lost a friend. We lost a citizen of Whitehouse, and we’re all in mourning over that loss.”
More people died on Tuesday.
An accident happened in Louisiana. A tree fell onto the highway and killed Gene Latin. He was 65 years old.
As the storms got worse in Georgia, a woman died inside her mobile home.
A state of emergency was put in place in Georgia on Wednesday morning because of the bad weather, so it was put in place.
On Wednesday, storm cleanup efforts were put on hold in some parts of the state. Officials there were bracing for more storms, the Weather Channel said.
Thursday is going to be a bad day for storms in some parts of eastern North Carolina, southern Virginia, and the middle part of central Florida, USA Today says.
Severe weather will be over by Friday.
It looks like a cold front will move through the Midwest on Friday, with possible rain showers, but no severe storms are expected.