An unusually massive line of storms packing hail, lightning and tree-toppling winds Wednesday could affect more than one in five Americans as it rolls from Iowa to Maryland. AP's Seth Borenstein shows the path of the storm and who is at risk.
The power is already flickering here in Southern Michigan. Batten your hatches, and stay safe, everyone!
A Christmas Day tornado touched down west of downtown Mobile, Ala., on Tuesday afternoon, during a live weather broadcast.
At least one man is dead as severe winter storms struck across the country on Christmas day, bringing heavy snow, dangerous conditions, and even tornadoes to several regions. A tornado touched down in Alabama, damaging homes and knocking down power lines and trees. In Texas, a 25-year-old man was killed after high winds knocked a tree onto his truck. Others were injured and a dozen buildings were damaged when a tornado struck Louisiana, and homes were damaged in a Mississippi storm. Quarter-sized hail pelted western Louisiana, and in Oklahoma, icy roads led to a 21-car pileup. There were, however, no injuries. Travelers in the Gulf Coast are being warned to stay home due to the severe weather conditions. Parts of Indiana, Kentucky and Arkansas are expecting between 4 to ten inches of sleet and snow and Christmas winds could hit between 70 and 80 mph.
Here in Michigan, the local weather says that snow is expected to reach us at around noon today, with blizzard conditions possible.