Radar: Track Friday's Severe Weather

April 12, 2013; 9:02 AM
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Severe weather continues Friday across the Eastern half of the nation. The system, which devastated portions of the Gulf Coast on Thursday, will unleash powerful thunderstorms from the Carolinas up into Pennsylvania.

For the full story on the storms from Wednesday, read "Reports: Severe Weather Impacts across the East Wednesday."

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