Weather Storms Tornadoes San Diego, California Earthquake Today Killed 21 People Report Says. On Saturday, at least 21 people were killed as a result of tornadoes that were either verified or believed to have occurred in at least eight different states spanning the South and Midwest. People were forced to clean up the mess left behind by the storm while the possibility of even more severe weather loomed in the distant.
According to information provided by poweroutage.us, power outages in the United States affected more than one million customers on Saturday afternoon and spanned a significant portion of the country, reaching from Arkansas to New York. These outages occurred in a variety of states across the country. The significant power outages came about as a result of the heavy weather that was moving into the Northeast, while parts of the Midwest and South were still recovering from the catastrophe that began on Friday.
The storms that moved across the region were responsible for damage that was sustained in a number of states, including Arkansas, Alabama, Indiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Iowa. Meanwhile, the Ohio Valley, the Northeast, and the middle Atlantic area should brace themselves for strong thunderstorms and gusty winds, as forecasted by the National Weather Service (NWS). AccuWeather reports that parts of Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York have been issued watches for severe thunderstorms. These storms might produce a few tornadoes, scattered hail, and wind gusts of up to 70 miles per hour.