Tornadoes are likely Monday as over 100 million people are at risk

Severe weather, with the likelihood of tornadoes, threatens more than 100 million people from the southern Plains through the Mid-Atlantic on Monday as intense storms march across the country.
A second day of tornadoes are likely today into tonight. Sunday night, tornadoes struck at least three cities in Mississippi, causing damage to buildings and knocking out power.
It’s important to monitor these storms today and into tonight.
The same storm system that spawned tornadoes over the weekend is on the move, bringing the threat for the severe storms across the Southeast on Monday. Meanwhile over the Plains, a new system is developing and will spark a separate outbreak of severe weather into the overnight hours.

Tornadoes most likely in southern Plains and Ohio River Valley

The greatest risk for severe weather through tonight will be from Oklahoma through Indiana, where there is a level 3 out of 5, enhanced risk, according to the Storm Prediction Center. This includes Louisville and Evansville in Indiana and Fort Smith, Fayetteville and Jonesboro in Arkansas
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