(CNN) — Severe storms are heading toward the US East Coast on Monday after bringing nearly 100 storm reports on Sunday, most of which were through the Southeast.
The Storm Prediction Center has issued a slight risk of severe storms, level 2 of 5, for parts of southern Georgia and southern South Carolina, including Charleston, Savannah, and Albany.
Major threats are large hail, damaging wind, and an isolated chance of a tornado.
A marginal risk of severe storms, level 1 of 5, spreads across the southeast with winds and hail as main factors. These storms will subside in the early afternoon.
This Monday afternoon there will also be storms in southeast Texas and Louisiana, with large hail as the main threat.
In total, there are more than 20 million people under threat from severe storms this Monday, including Houston, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Montgomery and Mobile.
The high risk of excessive precipitation, level 4 of 4, remains for central Alabama and Georgia through early Monday morning. The threat decreases to a slight risk of excessive precipitation, level 2 of 4, for parts of central Alabama, Georgia, and west-central South Carolina throughout the day on Monday.
Source: CNN Espanol