Adam Burniston's Forecast | Tracking strong to severe storms moving in

Over 26 million are in a slight risk for parts of the Southeast from Georgia through the Carolinas into Virginia

Over 26 million are in a slight risk for parts of the Southeast from Georgia through the Carolinas into Virginia

Storms will be capable of producing 60 miles per hour winds, quarter size hail and perhaps isolated tornadoes.

Through the rest of Monday the severe threat will remain as more strong thunderstorms move in from southwest and into the Tennessee Valley.

The National Weather Service thinks a tornado may possibly have touched down in parts of Marshall and west-central DeKalb counties on Monday morning.

Photos shared on social media showed plants and other items thrown around the parking lot of a Walmart store in Guntersville, Ala., during Monday's storm. This storm also prompted an earlier warning in Blount County, and the weather service has gotten a report of trees down and damage to a mobile home on Highway 79.

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The National Weather Service issued tornado warnings after radar indicated a possible twister.

The National Weather Service says storms with "damaging wind gusts and hail will be possible from Georgia and eastern Tennessee northeastward across the Carolinas into southeastern Virginia on Monday, as well as over northern MS and western Alabama".

The Storm Prediction Center says 26 million people were at a slight risk of severe storms in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas.

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