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Severe Weather Plagues the North, South, Midwest

Posted by feww on May 30, 2013

Flood, Freeze, Gale, Red Flag Warnings and Civil Emergency Situations as Tornadoes Rake a Dozen States

  • Emergency Alert Level (EAS) Activation requested by Meade County Emergency  Management in Meade County, SD, due to severe and widespread flooding  “over many location across western and central Meade County.”
  • EAS Activation has also been requested by Butte County Sheriff in Butte County, SD, due to Flash flooding which has occurred “over many location across Butte County.”

Severe weather continues to be a possibility across the Great Plains and the Midwest Thursday. Primary threats are large hail and tornadoes, some could be strong. SPC has outlined an area of Slight Risk; however this threat may have to be upgraded. In addition to the severe weather threat, river and flash flooding will continue as additional rainfall will move over already saturated locations. —NOAA

Weather HAZMAP
Map of the US Weather Hazards – May 30, 2013. Source: NWS

Dozens of tornadoes rake a dozen states; injuries reported

Some 50 tornadoes struck a dozen states, leaving at least 10 people injured in Kansas and Texas, according to initial reports.

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