More Severe Weather Expected In Oklahoma After Tornadoes
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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) More severe weather is in the forecast for parts of the central United States in the aftermath of several tornadoes that devastated communities and leveled buildings.
CBSnews.com is reporting that The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma is gathering reports of “golf ball-sized hail” coupled with gusty winds.
Strong tornadoes could strike such states as Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and (again) Oklahoma on Tuesday.
“Severe weather warnings extend through most of the central United States, with conditions ripe for large storms from Michigan to Texas, reports meteorologist Larry Mowry with CBS affiliate KTVT in Dallas,” as reported by CBSnews.com. “The National Weather Service released a tornado watch for several southeastern Oklahoma counties — although none include Moore or Oklahoma City — as well as large parts of northern and eastern Texas. The watch is in effect until 6 p.m. ET.”