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The death toll rose to 21 people Saturday after

confirmed or suspected tornadoes in at least eight states tore through the South and Midwest, leaving residents to pick up the pieces as more severe weather loomed. U.S. power outages spanned a huge swath of the nation from Arkansas to New York and spiked to over 1 million customers on Saturday afternoon, according to The widespread outages come as bad weather moved toward the Northeast and parts Midwest and South recovered from the destruction that began on Friday.The storms left a path of damage across states including Arkansas, Alabama, Indiana, Mississippi, Tennessee,

and Iowa.

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Meanwhile, the Ohio Valley, Northeast, and mid-Atlantic braced for strong winds and severe thunderstorms, the National Weather Service forecasted. Isolated hail, scattered wind gusts up to 70 mph and a couple of tornadoes are possible as severe thunderstorm watches were issued for parts of Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York, according to AccuWeather.

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