As of the afternoon of April 10th local time, a new round of severe storms has killed at least two people in Louisiana, USA.
According to the U.S. weather department, from April 10 to 11 local time, severe storms will hit the Gulf Coast, and nearly 6 million people in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida will be threatened by floods, destructive winds and tornadoes. There are now more than 121,000 households in the southern United States, including more than 50,000 in Louisiana and more than 42,000 in Mississippi.
The strong storm in the early morning of the 10th has destroyed a building in Panama City Beach, Florida, including a house and convenience store. To date, there have been 159 reports of hail and 18 wind reports in the southern states of the United States. According to the report, the maximum diameter of hail is 7.62 centimeters.