Updated February 25, 2019 07:24:56 Many states have been hit by severe weather this month, including the worst in the US in Georgia and South Carolina, as the UK is also feeling the effects.

Key points: Georgia is experiencing the worst of the storms, with the death toll at more than 11,000, and South South Carolina is suffering from flooding and mudslides.

The US has experienced the worst flooding of any state, with an estimated 10,000 deaths.

Georgia has been hit hard by the severe storms which have knocked out power, powerlines, roads and bridges.

South Carolina and South Dakota have also suffered heavy rain, with one person dead and another missing.

The UK has also suffered from severe weather, with at least 13 people dead and at least 17,000 others without power.

The death toll has risen to 10,904, with 10,400 of those people missing.

Many more people are feared dead or missing in South Korea.

What to do if you’re in Georgia: Check the weather before heading out for a big day.

You can also check the forecast at the Georgia Department of Natural Resources website.

Watch out for any potential flooding on the roads.

If you are planning to travel in the UK, check the weather and ask local authorities for a list of recommended travel routes.

If your car is parked outside your home, make sure that you have your own vehicle and get out of the house immediately.

Get your belongings packed and take your phone with you if you can.

There are no official information on when the UK’s severe weather will end, but many people are already predicting that it will be a few weeks before the weather returns.

If there is a delay, people will probably be able to get home by 8:00pm.

Stay safe: Georgia has one of the worst road conditions in the country, with a number of major roads still closed due to flooding.

If conditions are bad enough, some roads are even closed for three days at a time, meaning people are not getting to their homes until 9:00am.

If it rains overnight, check on the road conditions before you travel.

Check for flooding around your home and car.

If possible, stay outside your car and try to get as far away from the road as possible.

This could mean using a small vehicle to cross the road, or just sitting on the street and waiting.

If the road is not flooded, be careful not to put your phone in your pocket or carry it in your handbag.

If at any point you feel unsafe, do not travel to a location that you feel you cannot safely travel.

Avoid crowded areas, and be aware of traffic conditions in crowded areas.