Severe Spring Storm Packs Ice, Snow, Tornadoes

Three deaths are blamed on the rough weather, leaving thousands of people without power.
1:58 | 04/12/13

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Transcript for Severe Spring Storm Packs Ice, Snow, Tornadoes
You're watching America this morning America's number 1 the early morning news. I'm violent line of spring storm is marching east this morning after trudging across the south leaving at least one person dead. The Carolinas and now on the cross hairs a day after as many as nine tornadoes touched down from Louisiana to Alabama. This commodores to a best it was an ominous sight this monster twister captured on camera as it descended on eastern Mississippi. One person was killed and several others injure towering trees also came tumbling down slicing through homes in Huntsville Alabama and businesses were not spared. No one was here got a call. The roof just peeled completely off the building. As they -- to pick up the crumbled debris thousands of people forced to cope without power knocked out by those brutal winds and the cleanup job is still under -- in Saint Louis where twister left dozens of homes in ruins Wednesday night the weather service is now confirm that it was an EF two packing winds of up to 135. Miles an hour. And as they brace for more that wild weather farther -- a dangerous mix of ice and snow continues to menace the Great Lakes and northern New England AccuWeather meteorologist Jim Dickey is tracking at all. Good morning John and Marcy tracking strong storms once again here. This time as the front continue to push its way towards that coast we're watching eastern North Carolina southeastern Virginia including the Richmond area stores bring the threat of large hail damaging wind gusts. Perhaps an isolated tornado. As well despite we're still dealing with wintry weather as this flow moves north and eastward Snowe threatening northern New England some spots basics -- -- including northern Maine here. As we -- through the afternoon. Into the overnight hours John and Marcy. Back to you. Our Jim thanks are extreme weather team is out in force this morning -- have the very latest on this wicked weather on Good Morning America reporting from the heart of the storm zone.

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