Spring is not coming in quietly to many parts of the country.
Parts of the Southeast woke up this morning to a trail of destruction caused by a dangerous storm system which brought tornadoes and large hail to parts of Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Buildings and homes were damaged. Trees were toppled and power was knocked out to thousands. One death has been reported in Georgia. Forecasts are calling for more hazardous weather today. (Fox News)
Further up the East Coast, a fourth nor'easter in just three weeks is expected to dump up to a foot of snow in areas from Ohio and West Virginia up to New England. (NBC News)
Out west, a strong Pacific storm is threatening flash floods and mudslides in Southern California. Parts of Santa Barbara County and Ventura County are under mandatory evacuation orders today. (KCAL-TV)