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Severe weather outbreak hits the east coast just before long weekend



Big storm moves east and leaves at least 18 tornadoes and more than 300 damaging storm reports over two days in five states, as the east coast stretches for severe weather.

Nine of the tornadoes reported yesterday were in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri, when parts of Arkansas saw half a foot of rain and flash floods. A tornado clock in the region is in effect until 11.00. 08.00 Central time today.

  A tornado watch was issued this morning along the Gulf Coast. (ABC News) A tornado watch was issued this morning along the Gulf Coast.

Swarming storms are probably today from Pennsylvania to Florida, with the harshest weather visiting Virginia and the Carolinas. Wind gusts of over 70 mph are possible, as are tornadoes and flash floods.

  Virginia and Carolinas can see severe storms today. (ABC News) Virginia and Carolinas can see severe storms today.

Further north, the same system would deliver heavy rain from Virginia to Maine, which could see more than 3 inches in some areas. Flood signals have been issued in 11 states so far.

  Flood alarm issued in the Northeast. (ABC News) Flood alarm issued in the Northeast.

Washington, Philadelphia and New York City could see significant rain and potential flooding. Parts of Atlanta were without power at about 10pm. 6.30 Eastern time.

  Some spots can see 4 inches of rain on the weekend. (ABC News) Some spots can see 4 inches of rainfall over the weekend.

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