The National Weather Service in D.C. is predicting a tornado on Friday evening, and that will be followed by a hail storm with the possible development of a tornado.
The National Weather service has issued a tornado watch for portions of the Southeast, including the D.O.C., District of Columbia, the Carolinas, and South Carolina.
The storm could be strong enough to produce tornadoes as severe as the one that destroyed the White House on January 6.
The NWS issued a watch for the Southeast on Thursday afternoon, the day before the tornado.
The storm was still moving southward on Thursday night, so there is a chance it could be weakened by the night.
The National Hurricane Center is tracking the storm on its website and its forecast is still changing.
The watch is for all areas of the Southeastern U.S. and a tornado watches is required for portions within a radius of 500 miles.