The National Weather Service issued severe weather warnings for parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Florida, Ohio, Indiana, North Carolina, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio and South Carolina.
There were also severe thunderstorms in the area.
The weather system is expected to move north into the Midwest early next week, the weather service said.
The National Weather Services issued severe storm warnings for a swath of the western U.S. from California into New York.
There was also severe wind gusts of over 100 mph (194 kph) along the eastern seaboard of the United States.
The agency issued a severe thunderstorm warning for parts to the northeast of Buffalo, New Hampshire, from Thursday night until Friday morning.
The weather service also issued a flash flood warning for portions of northeastern Iowa and parts of northwestern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin.
There were severe thunder storms and tornado warnings in southern California, southern Texas and parts and northern Mississippi, the agency said.
There are also flash flood warnings in southeastern Minnesota, northern Mississippi and parts.
There are no tornado warnings for the central Plains states of Louisiana and Mississippi.
The agency issued several tornado warnings on Thursday for parts and southern Oklahoma.
The storm warning for the Houston area was issued for the rest of the state on Thursday night and Friday morning, the National Weather SERVICE said.
The storm warning was in effect for the remainder of the day on Saturday.
There was also a severe storm warning issued for parts in the western part of the Great Plains for the entire weekend.
A severe thunder storm warning will be issued for portions in the northwestern part of Oklahoma on Friday.
A severe storm watch is in effect through Monday for the area, the NWS said.
A tornado watch was issued in eastern Nebraska on Thursday evening and a tornado warning was issued from southern Wisconsin on Friday morning and evening.
A tornado watch is also in effect from the eastern part of Texas through Monday night.
A wind advisory was issued on Thursday from the Oklahoma Panhandle through Saturday morning for portions and the southeastern part of Tennessee through the next day.
A major storm watch has been issued for southwestern North Carolina through Sunday morning.
A wind advisory has also been issued from the northern half of the Gulf of Mexico through Monday.
A heavy thunderstorm watch has also also been in effect in the central part of South Carolina through Monday evening.
A storm surge watch has now been issued through Monday morning for parts along the Mississippi River in Tennessee.
A storm surge advisory has been in place for portions from the Ohio River through Monday afternoon.
A thunderstorm advisory has now also been added to the severe thunder system watch area for portions through Sunday evening.
The severe thunder warning is still in effect as of Sunday evening and is for portions across the northern and eastern seaboards of the U. S.A.
A tropical storm warning has been extended to portions of Florida through Sunday night and a storm surge warning is in place through Monday from the western Atlantic coast.
A low pressure system has now formed in the eastern U.K. and is moving northwest at about 12 mph (19 kph), the Met Office said.
It is expected within a few hours to move northeast to the eastern end of the British Isles, the Met office said.
A tropical depression is now moving west toward the western end of England, the office said in a press release.
A small, coastal area of low pressure is moving westward from the southeastern coast of Scotland into the southern part of England.
A hurricane watch is still active for the southeastern United Kingdom.
A small, tropical depression moving west from the southern coast of Britain is moving eastward into the south of England on Sunday, the Office of National Statistics said in the press release, citing the MetOffice.