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More than 300,000 homes and businesses were still in the dark Tuesday morning after ferocious storms pummeled much of the Eastern US.

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Two people dead, homes without roofs and drivers stranded for hours. 

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 A 28-year-old man died Monday after he was struck by lightning in a parking lot in Florence, Alabama, police said. Authorities have not identified him.

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In South Carolina, 15-year-old child was killed when a falling tree struck him outside his grandparents’ home in Anderson County.

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The Galveston Hurricane was the deadliest weather disaster in U.S. history, according to NOAA.  The storm system formed over the Atlantic, and traveled to the Gulf of Mexico, while picking up strength and speed.

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The storms also disrupted travel. More than 8,600 flights were delayed and more than 1,700 were canceled.

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In Paoli, Indiana, vicious winds ripped the roofs off buildings, gnarled traffic signs and hurled debris across streets, a  video from CNN affiliate WLKY showed..

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Get ready for another round of storms Tuesday.

The storms that hammered Philadelphia all the way down to Atlanta on Monday have tapered off. But, considering all levels of risk, 40 million people in the Plains, the Southeast and New England are now at risk for severe weather Tuesday.

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Areas of the Southeast not affected by Monday’s storms, including southern portions of Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia, will also face a damaging wind threat Tuesday.

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