A deadly slow-moving weather system has led to tornado alerts in Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina and Florida early Wednesday as the Deep South braces for more extreme weather, NBC News reported. Torrential rainfall caused severe flooding in Florida’s panhandle as well as a death in the state late Tuesday. Meanwhile, the South has been hit by a string of tornadoes, all stemming from by a storm system that has killed at least 35 people in six states since Sunday.
An automobile lies upside down outside one of several tornado damaged apartment units in south Louisville, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Numerous businesses, residences and the community hospital were destroyed or heavily damaged after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Louisville is the county seat and home to about 6,600 people. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Wednesday, Apr 30, 2014 Updated at 7:02 AM EDT