(OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) — Officials in Oklahoma are preparing for another round of severe weather while tornado watches and warnings have gone up throughout the Midwest.
The National Weather Service has issued tornado warnings for the Oklahoma City area, and authorities have advised residents of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas and Oklahoma that dangerous tornadoes could hit today. The region is still recovering from the ongoing stretch of severe weather, including the disastrous and deadly tornado that hit Moore, Okla., just last week.
The Weather Service says that the threat of tornadoes in Oklahoma and parts of Missouri and Arkansas remain moderate through Thursday night. Parts of the upper Midwest, including Illinois and Wisconsin were under tornado watches Thursday afternoon and may experience severe thunderstorms throughout Thursday night.
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Nicole Nalepa and Rob Polansky, CNN Newswire
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