Forecasters say much of the South is at risk of severe weather again Tuesday after numerous tornadoes struck the region the last two days. At least two people were killed by storms in Georgia, there was a dramatic scene in the Dallas area as an apparent funnel crossed an interstate, and twisters caused severe damage in parts of Mississippi.
Large portions of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee, as well as corners of Arkansas and Georgia are at enhanced risk for the worst weather, according to the national Storm Prediction Center. That zone is home to more than 11 million people and includes the cities of Nashville, Tennessee; Birmingham, Alabama; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Jackson, Mississippi, forecasters said. "We'll see all three threats as far as hail, wind and tornadoes on Tuesday," said Mike Edmonston, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Mississippi.