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Tornadoes Cause Destruction in Wisconsin and Oklahoma

17 Mai 2017

After Tuesday night's storms produced damaging winds and large hail, more showers and thunderstorms appear likely across the area Wednesday afternoon and night.

Helicopter video from two television stations in Wisconsin showed extensive damage at the trailer park, with several homes reduced to rubble.

A mobile home is a particularly risky place to be during a tornado, according to the National Weather Service.

While their home was flattened, the SUV next to it was untouched.

At least one person has been killed by a tornado that roared through a portion of a western Oklahoma town.

As of late Tuesday evening, 22 tornadoes have been reported to the Storm Prediction Center. A line of strong to severe storms with hail up to golf ball sized was located from Big Spring south to McCamey and was moving east at 50 miles per hour.

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The National Weather Service said severe weather is expected to affect areas west of Interstate 35 starting Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

Scattered thunderstorms are possible through the evening, and may be confined to northern IL or southern Wisconsin, according to the hazardous weather outlook. There was no immediate word on any damage or possible injuries from that twister.

The Storm Prediction Center says strong wind gusts and large, damaging hail are possible throughout the region.

The National Weather Service in Milwaukee/Sullivan has issued a* Severe Thunderstorm Warning for.

The greatest risk zone for severe weather Tuesday is in western Oklahoma.

Tornadoes Cause Destruction in Wisconsin and Oklahoma