Storms in US South kill at least 7, head to Northeast

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By Brad Brooks (Reuters) – Storms producing tornadoes and heavy rains rolled through parts of the southern U.S. on Friday, killing at least seven people and leaving over 1 million customers without power, authorities said. The National Weather Service said the powerful storm was moving to the Northeast and would cause heavy snow and sleet from southeastern Michigan east to New York state. Parts of central New York and southern New England may see over a foot (30 cm) of snow by Saturday afternoon. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said at least two tornadoes sparked by the storm system ripped thro…

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