After days of deadly heavy thunderstorms brought widespread damage to the southeastern and central parts of the United States, the threat of floods and turbulent thunder will continue in the southern central part of the country. Monday had over 225 preliminary reports of wind damage and 30 hail reports across the country from the storming storms on Saturday and more than 230 preliminary wind damage reports on Sunday. There is yet another day of forcible violence.
Flooding rain and heavy weather spread from eastern Kansas, Oklahoma and northern Arkansas to Missouri on Sunday morning, resulting in rapid rises along the streams and smaller rivers in the region.
A woman was found dead among floods in eastern Oklahoma before dawn. In the southwestern part of Missouri, the southern districts of Newton and northern Macdonald, an emergency flood was declared.
The larger rivers in Missouri and Arkansas also will keep going
"Strong rain from the end of last week and this weekend will also stop the Mississippi recession on the Missouri and Illinois," says similar information. , "The St Louis River is expected to climb to a flood of 40 feet later this week."
The flooded rain in Missouri and neighboring parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas slipped on Sunday night, but the threat of unfavorable weather conditions would continue to shift south and east on Monday.
A line of thunderstorms drifted south through eastern Texas, South Arkansas and Louisiana on Sunday night, and these storms would push the western coast of the Persian Gulf on Monday morning. As storm-boosting energy will rise north to the northern United States on Monday, the threat of widespread bad weather will be lower in these areas than it was farther north on Sunday.
from the isolated heavy weather on Monday, like Saturday and Sunday, will be widespread cases of damage to trees, power lines and roofs due to strong wind gusts and flood areas.  As the forecast is that storms will move slower than those on Sunday, the risk of flooding may be nearly as big as Sunday.
The threat to these local heavy thunderstorms will focus on Texas and neighboring parts of South Arkansas and West Louisiana on Monday.
A wide area of time disturbance consolidating in a more organized storm system will eventually track in the Great Lakes area until Monday night is the culprit behind the current, unsettled conditions.
For drivers driving on 10th, 20th, 35th and 45th intersection trains, a rapid reduction in roadway visibility and dazzling traces can cause large
Make sure you slow heavy rains or wet roads reduce the risk of seaplaning when traveling at highway speeds and never drive through water-covered roads. It is impossible to determine the depth of water on the road, using only the sight of a person, and for the removal of most vehicles it only takes about 2 feet of water.
"Do not forget to move indoors at the first thunder of thunder, because at this point you are at risk of being hit by lightning," said Alexei Sonsovski, senior meteorologist at AccuWeather.
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Cities such as San Antonio, Houston, Tyler and Dallas, Texas can be attacked with at least several hours of wet weather covering Monday and Monday nights.
"There may be more than one round of heavy and heavy thunderstorms affecting the southern central states on Monday," Pydynowski said.
"When the heavy end of the weekend spread in the areas of Houston and San Antonio early on Monday, Dallas may be dry to stronger thunderstorms that unfold over western Texas spreading into the Metroplex late in the day and evening
Another, more organized area of heavy weather will erupt in the valleys of the Tennessee and Ohio rivers, as well as in central Apalachi on Monday
Outdoor sports events such as Major League Baseball, may be delayed or even canceled when the storms turn over
"The Threat to Life and Property The huge thunderstorms will shift the focus from the central and southern plains to the northern part of the country after the storm," said Rene Duff, Manager of the Meteorological Industry
. time in the middle and the last part of this week, giving the southern part of the US central area the much needed delay from the raid of rampant thunder.
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