A series of devastating hurricanes passed through the southern United States on Wednesday and Thursday. The element destroyed homes and cut down trees. Tens of thousands of people have been deprived of electricity.
According to authorities, the most severe damage was in Alabama and Mississippi, where, among other things, deciduous trees blocked many roads. More than 20 hurricanes have been recorded in these two states and in three neighboring countries.
In Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida, more than 30,000 homes and businesses were left without electricity.
This is a catastrophic region. Trees are cut down. The agent destroyed two cars in the yard of our house Raymond Barren from Clark County, Alabama told CNN.
In the wake of Wednesday’s storm, 32 million people were at risk of hurricanes and storms on Thursday, from Ohio to southern Florida, according to a weather service forecast.
Georgia, where school education has been suspended, and eastern parts of North and South Carolina have been identified as most at risk. Finally, some schools and offices were closed. As expected, severe storms will reach southern and central Florida later in the evening local time.
Meteorologists expect the possibility of more hurricanes, storms and hail in the south of the country.
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