Severe weather has continued to hit southern and central parts of the United States, news sources report.
Since the severe weather reports began Tuesday, over 400 reports of severe weather, including hail and high winds, have occurred, USA Today reports. Many of these reports include "numerous cars overturned" resulting from the high winds and tornadoes on Interstate 75, running between Georgia and Tennessee, CNN reports.
Areas such as Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and the Carolinas have the greatest risk for tornadoes Wednesday. Overnight the storms are suspected to move to Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions of the United States, USA Today reports.
Earlier reports of damage from the severe weather include one death in Nashville, Tenn., an individual injured by lightning in Arkansas, and thousands without power in Tennessee, USA Today reports.