By Renee Duff AccuWeather Meteorologist
19th May 2019, 5:30:10 EDT
The central United States will barely have time to recover from the recent storm before the next round of fierce storms begins earlier this week.
This next outbreak could be as significant, if not worse, than the bad weather event that happened on Friday.
"It looks like there's no end in sight of this very active storm in late May," said Reed Timmer, Accu Weather Extreme's meteorologist.
On Friday, Timmer from Nebraska contacted the AccuWeather network and caught a tornado on foot near McCook.
AccuWeather's Extreme meteorologist Reed Timmer has captured a tornado on May 17, 2019 in McCook, Nebraska. (Reed Timmer)
Nearly 40 temporary tornadoes were reported in Nebraska and Kansas last week, and the storm continued on Saturday.
Leading AccuWeather meteorologist Jack Boston fears that more tornadoes will reappear in the renewed threat of bad weather earlier this week.
A strong storm system will trigger a severe eruption of mid- and southern-level storms Monday before it spreads towards Mid-Mississippi Valley on Tuesday, according to Boston.
Monday is expected to be the heaviest day of the outbreak. Areas of West and Central Texas, Oklahoma, and South Kansas are prone to storm damage, heavy hail, flooded downpours, and tornadoes.
Some of the tornadoes can be strong, last longer than a few minutes, and appear after dark.
Straight gusts of wind, in place of a tornado, can reach an AccuWeather Local StormMax ™ of 120 km / h, which in some communities upsets trees and shuts off power.
The hailstones can be very large h to damage siding, vehicles and crops and mortally injure people or animals caught outdoors.
"The storm in central states earlier this week may be just as fierce as this weekend and could worsen conditions," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said, "This includes Amarillo and Lubbock (Texas) – cities that are suffering from heavy Storms on Friday and Saturday have been spared. "Wichita Falls and Abilene, Texas; Lawton, Woodword, Tulsa and Guymon, Oklahoma; and Dodge City and Wichita, Kansas, also need to keep an eye on the sky and be aware of the rapidly changing weather conditions early in the week.
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Motorists driving on sections of motorways 20, 27, 35, 40 and 44 are at risk of heavy rain and aquaplaning.
Motorists should consider leaving the main freeways completely when storms approach and never attempting to drive over flooded roads, "said Sosnowski.
The danger of heavy storms and tornadoes on Monday night increases the risk of this event.
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"People are being asked to keep nearby phones with alerts turned on and weather radios and / or televisions turned on loud to hear warnings about looming storms," said Sosnowski.
The Risk of Flash floods will bring further risks as the storms will discharge several inches of rainfall.
There may be an AccuWeather Local StormMax ™ of 10 inches rainfall near the Red River in the south to central and eastern Kansas, southeastern Nebraska, the northwestern Missouri and southwestern Iowa.  Au In the absence of storms, heavy rains will increase flooding worries in the northern plains.
Dangerous weather conditions are expected to spread east on Tuesday, threatening even more populous areas.
] In the morning hours, storms from nearby Dallas may occur in Wichita, Kansas. The storms are spreading east into the Interstate 70 corridor from Kansas City to Columbia and St. Louis, Missouri, as well as Little Rock, Arkansas and Des Moines, Iowa until late in the afternoon and evening.
Faced with Tuesday's storm, AccuWeather meteorologists are concerned that all sorts of storms will be possible again.
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