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Two More Days of Severe Storms and Tornadoes

April 29, 2014; 10:04 AM ET

Days three and four of the severe weather outbreak

Today, the severe weather will be confined to Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina. That area could see a round of significant tornadoes as we have seen the last two days. Around that area, storms will produce damaging winds, hail and an isolated tornado.

Wednesday, the focus of the severe weather including significant tornadoes will occur from Virginia into South Carolina. This is a highly populated area of the country and tornadoes could cause significant damage. Around that area, storms will produce damaging winds, hail, flooding rains and perhaps an isolated tornado.

Severe weather threat ends Wednesday night.

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