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A prolonged severe weather and flooding event is unfolding across the central United States with storms developing Oklahoma to Ohio.
During and after a severe thunderstorm threat, flooding will be a major threat to lives and property over thousands of square miles from Oklahoma and Arkansas to Missouri and Illinois into next week.
Areas along a 900-mile swath from the southern Plains to the Ohio Valley will face potentially damaging and life-threatening severe weather into Saturday.
Dangerous flooding ensued in North Carolina this week while severe storms lashed parts of the central U.S. with baseball-sized hail.
Severe weather can strike day or night, so knowing these safety tips for overnight severe weather could be the difference between life and death.
Severe storms swept across the central and southern U.S. on Wednesday into early Thursday morning, washing out roadways and pelting the area with hail of varying sizes.
Storms moving into the eastern United States on Thursday will stretch from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes with locally severe storms within.
Violent storms and flash flooding will target the south-central United States from late Friday through Sunday and may hit some neighborhoods hard in the middle of the night.