Two people were killed and thousands were left without electricity as a result of at least 20 tornadoes that occurred two days in six states in eastern and south-eastern parts of the U.S., who are under the influence of a powerful cyclone, the newspaper USA Today.
One victim of the weather was a resident of the small town Edeyrsvil (Adairsville) in the state of Georgia. Wind gusts were so strong that not only overturned cars, and trucks, the report says. Another person died in Tennessee because of falling under the pressure of the element tree.
In total, numerous tornadoes swept from north to south of the city of Buffalo (New York) to New Orleans (Louisiana), and from west to east — from Missouri to Georgia.
According to USA Today, two days received about 500 reports of severe weather conditions, mainly of high winds and large hail. Due to bad weather closed the international airport in Atlanta (Georgia), as well as a state of emergency in several counties.
According to meteorologists, over the next two days the eastern U.S. will remain at the mercy of the cyclone, which is expected, a little "rest", but at the same time and will bring cooler temperatures.