Scores of tornadoes lead to largest, deadliest severe weather outbreak of year Natural Disaster Examiner Tony Hake
A massive, three-day storm system tore across the
United States from the Deep South to the Mid-Atlantic leading to more than 200 tornado reports and killing at least 45 people. The severe weather event marks the nation's deadliest weather event of the year and the death toll is expected to climb.
A Lowe's Home improvement store suffered a direct hit from a tornado in
As they continued to the northeast
Over the three-day outbreak, 230 tornadoes were reported and scores of reports were received for significant hail and damaging wind. The event is by far the most significant and widespread weather disaster in the
Three die in
More than 60 people injured