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After Tornadoes Hit In And Around New Orleans, Wall Of Storms Moves East

The National Weather Service says multiple tornadoes touched down in southern Louisiana on Tuesday, and severe weather moving east threatened other Southern states.
Severe Weather, New Orleans, USA - 07 Feb 2017 / Gerald Herbert / Shutterstock.com

Updated at 3:45 p.m. ET

A wall of dangerous storms is moving across the South, threatening communities in their path with high winds, severe thunderstorms and possible tornadoes.

The National Weather Service warned of severe thunderstorms and hail along the Mississippi coast and issued a series

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