(CNN)Severe storms that killed at least 18 people and destroyed hundreds of structures in the South are moving north, with more than 150 million people under a wind advisory or warning.At least 34 tornadoes were reported in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia as of early Monday, the National Weather Service said.In Mississippi, at least 11 people were killed in the severe weather, the state’s Department of Emergency Management tweeted. In Georgia, six people were killed — including five people in Murray County and one man in Cartersville, local officials said.And in Arkansas, one person was killed after a tree fell on a home in Jefferson County, county emergency management director Karen Blevins said.Emergency officials advised residents that sheltering for safety from the storms took priority over the social distancing guidelines in place to mitigate the spread of coronavirus.The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency emphasized that people should have a safe place to go — and if that’s a public shelter, to continue practicing social distancing.”If you go to a public shelter please wear a mask, bandana, or scarf around your nose and mouth,” MEMA tweeted.Track the storms hereStorms are moving northThe East Coast is under the gun Monday, with the possibility


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