By Rene Duff Meteorologist
The central part of the United States will have little time to recover from the last severe weather outbreak before the next round of turbulent storms earlier this week,
This next epidemic has the potential to be as significant, if not worse, than the heavy weather event that began on Friday.
"There seems to be no end to this very active model of hard times."
On Friday, Timmer reported from Nebraska about the AccuWeather network and caught a tornado on foot near McCook
Extreme meteorologists Reed Timmer caught a tornado in McCook, Nebraska on video on May 17, 2019 (Reed Timmer)
Nearly 40 preliminary tornadoes were reported in Nebraska and Kansas to end this past week and heavy weather continued on Saturday.
AccuWeather A senior meteorologist Jack Boston is concerned that multiple tornadoes will reappear Me of the renewed threat of severe weather conditions at the beginning of this week, according to Boston Monday before spreading to the middle of the Mississippi Valley
It is expected Monday to be the most stormy day of the outbreak, with areas of western and central Texas to Oklahoma and South Kansas are at risk of storms
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Gusts in a straight line, Instead of a tornado, you can reach the 80-mile local StormMax ™ that will knock down trees and cut off power in some communities.
The size of the casting may be high in damage to siding, vehicles and crops and may cause fatal injuries to humans or animals caught in the open air.
"Heavy weather early this week over central states could be as violent as this weekend and could lead to worse conditions
This includes Amarillo and Lubbock, Texas – cities spared by the storms Friday and Saturday
Residents and visitors in Midland, San Angelo, Wichita Falls and Abilene, Texas, Lawton, Woodword, Tulsa and Guymon, Oklahoma, and Dodge City and Wichita, Kansas will also have to keep a close eye on the sky be aware of the rapidly changing weather conditions at the beginning of the week
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Drivers traveling on intersection lines 20, 27, 35, 40 and 44 will be at risk of torrential rain and increased seaplane risk.
The threat of heavy storms and tornadoes to stay on Monday night will increase the danger of this event. "People are called to keep phones around with warnings included, as well as radio stations and / or televisions with time to increase the sound to hear warnings of potentially imminent heavy weather," he said.
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