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Tornadoes and thunderstorms hit the South and Midwest for a second time this week, starting on Wednesday afternoon and they will gradually push eastwards.
At least five people, including three children, were killed over the weekend in a storm system that drove more than three dozen tornadoes across the Deep South.
Communities - Texas - Louisiana - Floods - Twisters
Communities in central Texas and western Louisiana, already hit by flash floods and twisters in the first round, will be hit once more by high winds, twisters and intense rain, according to AccuWeather and the NWS.
'This is a dangerous, vigorous storm,' Jim Hayes, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's Weather Prediction Center in Maryland, said on Wednesday.
Storm - Iowa - Missouri - North - Kansas
The storm is expected to stretch from Iowa and Missouri in the north through Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas to the south, said AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist John Feerick.
'Dallas and Oklahoma City, from there on eastward is probably at greatest threat from damaging winds, flooding downpours and tornadoes,' said Feerick.
Northern - Oklahoma
Northern Oklahoma could be pelted...
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