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Tornado Headlines

Posted by feww on April 27, 2009

NWS Warnings and Forecasts

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Source: National Weather Service/NOAA

1 Dead After Severe Storms Rake Midwest

Severe thunderstorms raked parts of the Midwest on Saturday, killing a motorcyclist, spawning tornadoes that damaged several homes and sent race fans fleeing, snarling air traffic and knocking out power.


Tornadoes touched down in southern Leavenworth County, Mo., northwest of Linwood, and in Butler County, Kan. No injuries were immediately reported. Source Your Fox. Image may be subject to copyright.

NWS issued a tornado watch for all of western Oklahoma

On Sunday, the National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for all of western Oklahoma until 10 p.m. as pockets of storms moved across the state.

Strong front brings possibility of tornadoes, severe storms

A moderate risk covers most of the rest of central and northern Kansas, including Wichita.

Tornado damages some rural areas, halts races

KANSAS CITY — Severe thunderstorms spawned at least one tornado that damaged rural homes and structures, and sent race fans fleeing from the Kansas Speedway.

The tornado touched down in southern Leavenworth County, northwest of Linwood. Leavenworth County emergency management reported barns were destroyed and some homes were severely damaged, with some cars flipped over.

Over 23,000 Hydro One customers without power after storm

Thunderstorms  started in Michigan before making it’s way to  Southwestern Ontario causing power outages for thousands of residents.

The region reached highs of 27.5 degrees yesterday. In the early evening that was joined by damaging thunderstorms and unstable air.

Severe storms possible across Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Tomorrow could be a day of volatile weather across much of Oklahoma.

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