Radar shows storm walloping eastern US.
July 2, 2012
Fourteen hours of destruction over the eastern United States
The severe thunderstorms that swept across the eastern United States over the weekend left some 3 million Americans from Indiana to Washington, D.C. without power and killed 13, including two young boys who were hit by a falling tree as they camped with their family in New Jersey.
Here's a time-lapse radar image of the storm as it moves from Davenport, Iowa, to Richmond, Va., over the course of 14 hours Saturday.
Image courtesy akrherz/Youtube.
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