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The FOX Weather 3D Radar that tracked the severe storms across North Carolina and Virginia shows the complex is moving offshore.
So far, there no reports of widespread damage but PowerOutage.US reports around 5,000 outages.
With the severe weather in the mid-Atlantic and rain in the Northeast, hundreds of flights have either been delayed or canceled. FlightAware reports more than 3,200 flights were delayed on Thursday across the nation with 778 cancellations.
The weather is forecast to improve across the country on Friday and into the weekend.
The storm that prompted a Tornado Warning is now moving through southeastern Virginia. Meteorologists say rotation in the storm is radar indicated.
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All Tornado Warnings have expired in North Carolina, but the threat of severe storms will remain into the evening. The area is under a Tornado Watch until 9 p.m., which means the atmosphere is capable of producing tornadoes.
Several counties are under Severe Thunderstorm Warnings with large hail and damaging winds being likely.
More than 3 million people are under a Tornado Watch through Thursday evening. The FOX Weather 3D Radar is tracking numerous storms that are strong to severe along the I-95 corridor and points eastward.
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The National Weather Service in Charleston says that they took a direct hit from a lightning strike as severe storms moved through the area.
The office handed over radar operations to another NWS office while the building recovers.
The National Weather Service says that an observed tornado was located near Pavo moving east at 30 mph.
Severe storms are ongoing across the Southeast at this hour.
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The National Weather Service says that despite the sun going down, the potential for severe storms will continue for at least the next 1-2 hours as storms continue to develop along the cold front.
Severe hail and damaging wind are the main threats with these storms. Tornadoes are also possible.
Meteorologists are tracking a suspected tornado in Johnson County, GA that could be moving eastward around 60 mph. The most significant part of the storm is expected to remain north of Interstate 16.
Areas around Swainsboro, Twin City and Adrian are all under a Tornado Warning through at least 8:45 p.m.
A Georgia resident spotted a possible tornado near the town of Leslie, GA on Wednesday afternoon.
Meteorologists continue to track a storm that could be producing a tornado across South Georgia. Lowndes County, GA is now under a Tornado Warning as the storm continues its eastward trek across the state.
Even though rain is impacting the Augusta area, skies are expected to clear for main part of the golf tournament.
For more on the severe weather threat: Wednesday's forecast
Meteorologists continue to track a storm with a possible tornado north of Charleston, SC. Berkeley County is under a Tornado Warning as the storm moves eastward at 25 mph.
With the storm's current movement, it will stay to the north of the city but the entire area remains under a Tornado Watch through the night.
A Tornado Warning has been issued until 6 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday for Jefferson and Leon counties in the Big Bend region of Florida.
The National Weather Service said the storm was located about 8 miles northeast of Tallahassee and was moving east at 25 mph.
People in the warning area should seek shelter immediately.
FOX Weather meteorologist Ian Oliver details the severe weather forecast for the South as the region endures another day of tornadic storms.
A Tornado Watch has been issued for northeastern Alabama, northwestern Georgia, eastern Tennessee and extreme western North Carolina until 10 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday. Both Knoxville and Chattanooga in Tennessee and Huntsville, Alabama are included in the watch.
People who live in the watch area should prepare for tornadoes, damaging wind and hail with any storms that develop.
Severe Thunderstorm Warnings span four states Wednesday afternoon as a third day of storms begins tracking across the South.
Warnings have been issued for hail and wind in Kentucky, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
The FOX Weather 3D Radar is tracking severe thunderstorms from south of Atlanta to northern Florida.
The storms are capable of producing hail, damaging winds, heavy rainfall and some might even spawn a tornado. Over 6 million people from Georgia and South Carolina are under a Tornado Watch because of the threat of rotating storms.
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A Tornado Watch has been issued for eastern Georgia and southwestern South Carolina until 11 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday.
The area is just about the same area that was hit hard by tornadoes on Tuesday afternoon.
People who live in the watch area should prepare for tornadoes, damaging wind and hail with any thunderstorms that develop.
A Georgia resident captured the sights of a tornado from Lake Blackshear in Central Georgia. The threat of tornadoes will continue to move eastward through the evening.
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The Par 3 Contest at Augusta National is on a weather delay.
Per the Masters broadcast, if they cannot resume play, then all those who finished 4 under will win.
FOX Weather is covering severe thunderstorms across the South.
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Meteorologists are tracking strong to severe storms across Georgia right now.
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