Sunday, June 2, 2013

Northeast braces for severe storms as weather system that killed nine in Oklahoma tornadoes rolls across the country

A cold front moved from the Midwest and Plains states Saturday and begin its march toward the east by Sunday, with heavy showers and severe thunderstorms projected for areas stretching from Maine to the Appalachians, according to The National Weather Service. At least 40 million on the East Coast - including those in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City - may face the devastating weather on Sunday, according to The Weather Channel.