Nov 30, 2015; 4:54 AM ET A strengthening area of low pressure will move from near Kansas City this afternoon to just west of Minneapolis tomorrow. Along it's path a wintry mix is possible with heavy snow just to it's northwest.
Several days of heavy rain will bring the potential for significant flooding from the southern Plains to the middle Mississippi Valley into early next week.
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The southern Plains experienced a rare November tornado outbreak on Monday night when a powerful storm system spawned more than a dozen tornadoes over the region.
Areas from the Gulf Coast to the southern Appalachians should brace for flooding downpours and damaging winds through Wednesday night.
A powerful storm that spawned several tornadoes and produced heavy rain in the southern Plains will continue to push east on Wednesday.
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A powerful storm system will bring the risk for severe thunderstorms and flooding from the southern Plains to the Mississippi Valley into Wednesday.
A powerful storm will blast the central United States with flooding rain, heavy snow, strong winds and the potential for damaging thunderstorms during the third week of November.