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Millions Of Americans Under Storm Alerts After Deadly Tornadoes

UNITED STATES – More than 120 million Americans are under severe weather warnings following devastating storms that killed at least 21 people and caused widespread destruction.

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UNITED STATES – More than 120 million Americans are under severe weather warnings following devastating storms that killed at least 21 people and caused widespread destruction.

Tornadoes and thunderstorms have left nearly 600,000 residents without power across 13 states, with the weather risk now shifting eastward.

Forecasters warn of continued threats of damaging wind gusts, hail, and flash flooding. The toll includes deaths in multiple states, with Kentucky declaring a state of emergency.

The destruction underscores the intensity of this year’s severe weather season, with government forecasters also warning of a potentially “extraordinary” Atlantic hurricane season ahead.

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