The storm system that spawned the destructive tornado in Oklahoma that killed two dozen people moved to the eastern third of the United States.
The Weather Channel reported that a low pressure front will move down to the Gulf Coast by Wednesday, meaning more damaging winds.
On Thursday, the Channel pointed out there are some severe storms possible along the East Coast.
The storm moved to the Tennessee Valley and the Great Lakes region on Wednesday, CNN reported.
"Primary threats will be damaging winds and large hail," the National Weather Service said in a statement. "Isolated tornadoes will also be possible."