A greater risk of flash floods is expected from northwest Texas to Oklahoma, Kansas, West Missouri, and northwest Arkansas.
Strong tornadoes are possible from northwest Texas overnight into the southwest of Oklahoma.
The heavy storms also produce destructive hail and strong wind.
High flash floods and potentially strong tornadoes are expected overnight in the southern plains, posing a serious threat to life and property
Further heavy storms will also hit the plains, Midwest and South on Tuesday with damaging winds, Hail, threatening some tornadoes and flooded rain.
The NOAA's Storm Prediction Center has issued the following watch territories:
– A Tornado Watch valid until 10pm CDT for parts of West Texas, including Abilene, Childress, Lubbock and Midland.
– A tornado clock valid until 10 pm . CDT covers much of western and central Oklahoma and far in northwest Texas. This includes Oklahoma City, Norman and Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Wichita Falls, Texas.
– These watches are tornado watches with a particularly dangerous situation (PDS), which means that there is a high risk of strong tornadoes.
– A Tornado Clock is also in effect until 1 am for West and Central Arkansas, Southeast Kansas, Southwest Missouri, and East Oklahoma. This observation area includes Little Rock and Fort Smith, Arkansas, as well as Joplin and Springfield, Missouri.
– A heavy thunderstorm clock is in effect until 4am CDT for parts of the southern Missouri center.
Several tornadoes have landed from West Texas and Oklahoma to the southeast of Kansas and southwest Missouri. Close to Crescent, Oklahoma, two tornadoes were sighted simultaneously on Monday afternoon .
A tornado damaged early Monday night near Mangum, Oklahoma, including damaged homes and a residential complex, a ruined district building, and a torn building. Trees up. No injuries were reported.
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Tornados were also reported in Odessa, Texas, and Perry, Oklahoma, as well as Cherokee County , Kansas, and Barton County, Missouri.
A tornado in Paducah, Texas was also one of the numerous eddies discovered by storm hunters on Monday.
In addition to the tornadoes in Wellington, Texas, hail up to grapefruit size (4 inches in diameter) was reported on Monday afternoon.
On Monday evening, floods affected several areas in the southern plains, including Fay, Glencoe and Ponca City, Oklahoma and Cowley County, Kansas, south of Wichita. In these areas, some local roads were closed.
Water rescue was required at Glencoe, with reports of water reaching the local police station in Ponca City.
In the nighttime from northwest Texas to Oklahoma, parts of Kansas, West Missouri and Arkansas, heavy storms and pouring rain will continue. Tornadoes, destructive hail and damaging winds are likely in this region.
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Flash Flood Threats
Flash floods also pose Overnight poses a major threat in northwest Texas over Oklahoma and parts of Kansas, West Missouri, northwest Arkansas, and southeastern Nebraska.
A "High Risk." The NOAA's Weather Prediction Center (WPC) for the Central and northeastern Oklahoma, including Oklahoma City and Tulsa subway areas, as well as the extreme southeast of Kansas, where overnight travel is not recommended, has a deluge
The WPC Expec's "life-threatening flash flood " in parts of Oklahoma, southeast Kansas, and southwest Missouri overnight.
Precipitation totals of 3 to 6 inches are likely in a short time in parts of that region until early Tuesday morning. In some places, locally heavier sums of more than 15 cm are possible.
Tornadoes and other forms of storms can occur in flooded areas. In this case change to the lowest dry floor of your house or any other stable structure.
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