TWC's Severe Weather Tracker Page

An awful, terrible, disturbing and deadly day of tornadoes unfolded on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 with more than 150 reported tornadoes striking several states in the South and even a few areas in the Mid-Atlantic. It was also the third straight day with widespread severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in the South.

Map: Tornado reports since Monday

Read: Tornado cuts path of destruction, death toll grows

Thursday night, the storm system responsible for producing this devastating outbreak will push off the East Coast. Before this happens, scattered severe storms will continue into the evening hours from the Mid-Atlantic to northern Florida. Damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes are possible. You can find our thunderstorm forecast map below to see the areas of concern.

We also have the latest radar and watch/warning maps to track the storms

See: April's severe weather outbreaks
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Track severe thunderstorms using our interactive radar map. You can also see where the storms will go using our Future Radar and take a look at how much rain has fallen during the past 24 hours.

> Northeast US interactive radar
> South US interactive radar

Red and yellow outlined areas are tornado and severe thunderstorm watches, respectively. Red filled areas are tornado warnings. Yellow filled areas are severe thunderstorm warnings.

> See Map | Live Alerts
> Watches and warnings: What's the difference?

Damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes in red shading.

> See Map

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