A rash of tornadoes ripped through parts of the U.S. this week leaving at least 2 dead and hundreds of homes damaged. Destruction seen here in Calhoun, Georgia shows houses reduced to timber-- trees and cars blown over. The National Weather Service says twisters caused by an Arctic cold front that clashed with unseasonably warm air also touched down in Mississippi, Indiana and Tennessee. Meteorlogists say the storm system is moving east and could bring severe weather to the upper Ohio Valley, and east to the Mid-Atlantic.
Feb. 1 - At least two people are killed after tornadoes rip through the southern U.S.. Julie Noce reports. ( Transcript )
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