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Violent Storms Slam Midwest, Southern States

DEVELOPING STORY: About 50 million people were under severe weather advisories from the National Weather Service, which warned of flash floods, long-track tornadoes and baseball-sized hail. Meteorologists said the Ohio and Tennessee valleys face the highest risk, especially throughout the afternoon and evening hours. Intense storm conditions may be felt as far south as the Gulf Coast, and as far east as western portions of Virginia and the Carolinas, the weather service added. More than 100,000 households in Missouri, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee were without power, according to a database maintained by USA TODAY. Watch videos below and click here to join Todd’s private Facebook group for conservatives.

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