After a day of damaging and deadly tornadoes on Sunday
, the threat for severe weather continues for today (Monday). The potential for severe thunderstorms extends along the Eastern Seaboard from Long Island to the Big Bend of Florida. The tornado threat is highest south of New York City down to Richmond, VA.
A strong cold front has moved across the Appalachians, headed east toward the Eastern Seaboard and into Florida. Severe storms will continue along the front, producing damaging wind gusts, isolated tornadoes and large hail. The front will move into the Atlantic Ocean in the late afternoon, bringing an end to the severe weather threat for most areas.
With the front lagging behind in Florida through the middle of the week, portions of the Southeast will see a continued risk for severe storms. Check back with WeatherNation on-air and online for the latest severe weather updates.