The National Weather Service advisories and warnings revealed that the U.S. is recently experiencing extreme weather conditions. Reports say severe thunderstorms and record-breaking heat wreak havoc across the country since August 7.On August 7, the National Weather Service advisories and warnings revealed that there are more than 850 severe thunderstorms with almost 24 tornadoes reported from the states of Colorado to Massachusetts. Further reports say a 15-year-old boy in South Carolina and a 28-year-old man in Alabama were killed due to the extreme weather conditions.
An article in ABC News states that on August 9, the National Weather Service advisories and warnings also revealed that the severe thunderstorms extended from the states of Kansas to Georgia. Major cities such as Birmingham in Alabama, Little Rock in Arkansas, St. Louis in Missouri, and Memphis and Nashville in Tennessee experienced hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes.
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Unfortunately, according to an article in Claims Journal, on August 10, the National Weather Service advisories and warnings reported that the extreme weather conditions shifted east to the states of North and South Carolina. Cities such as Charlotte, Columbia, and Raleigh also experienced damaging winds and an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.