Severe weather left at least five people dead and tens of thousands without power this week.
The city of Newnan, located approximately 40 miles southwest of Atlanta, was hit by a powerful tornado on Friday morning.
Parts of Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee are at a "moderate" 4 out of 5 risk level for severe thunderstorms on Thursday afternoon and evening, including the possibility that "potentially violent" tornadoes could form.
Weather officials say the tornado touched down just to the west of Dover in Kent County at around 8:50 a.m. on Tuesday.
The region was hit with severe weather that caused injuries, damages and power outages.
In addition to the novel coronavirus pandemic keeping American citizens inside and away from large public gatherings, the weather will also have an imact on life during Easter weekend.
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Several weather warnings are in place across the U.S.
Local organizations have begun response funds to support and assist those affected by the tornadoes in their recovery.
"Every year that goes by seems to bring a new round of record-breaking weather events, many with devastating consequences," researcher Douglas Le Comte said.
"We have seen a fair amount of damage across the area," said meteorologist Kyle Pallozzi from the National Weather Service.
The primary threats include isolated very large hail, isolated damaging wind gusts and tornadoes from today through the weekend
A special marine warning is also in effect for the area due to water tornadoes.
Four people are reported to have been killed by extreme weather in the past couple of days.
Tropical storms often provide the perfect conditions for tornadoes to form when they make landfall.
In general, extreme weather events are expected to become more frequent and intense, as global temperatures warm
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Thunderstorms and tornadoes threaten Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina.
Up to 12 reports of tornadoes and 24 reports of hail storms as affected areas remain under tornado watch.