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Severe weather continues as many Americans across the country are set to travel

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It's expected to be the seventh busiest travel day of the year. It's expected to be the seventh busiest travel day of the year.

Blizzard and Winter Storm Warnings are in effect from the deep south to the New England area.

Indiana is already seeing snow.

Ohio could get hit with as much as 15 inches of snow.

The National Weather Service says a Severe Weather System is moving eastward after nearly 30 reported tornadoes tore through several southern states Tuesday

"I prayed to god as loud as I could. And I was just praying for my safety."

The storms killed two people and injured others, and left at least 190-thousand without power.

"You come outside, and you can smell the gas, and you can hear some of the neighbors, some of them were injured, some of them were trapped in their homes."

"You open the door, and it blew us back. And we were like, are we gonna make it?"

The National Weather Service says Georgia, the Carolinas and much of the eastern seaboard could face thunderstorms, damaging wind gusts and possibly more tornadoes.

The wicked weather could delay flights for many air travelers who are expected to make their way home after the holiday.

It's expected to be the seventh busiest travel day of the year.

Some flights were canceled yesterday, and some carriers are waiving fees for passengers who need to change their flights Wednesday.

215 thousand people are without power in several states.

Storms in Alabama were so severe that the national guard has been deployed to two counties to provide additional support.

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