A spring-like storm system that killed at least three people as it spawned tornadoes and destroyed more than 100 homes in the central U.S. rumbled eastward Wednesday, putting about 95 million people in its path, forecasters said. The compact but strong storms, known as supercells, moved into the region on Tuesday and have raked parts of Arkansas,

Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Meanwhile, wind-whipped wildfires destroyed homes in Texas. Forecasters with the Storm Prediction Center said the storm system appeared headed toward the mid-Atlantic states and southern New England, and that New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. could be affected. READ MORE