Local Radar: Tracking the Severe Storm Outbreak

By Brian Edwards, Meteorologist
May 20, 2013; 9:22 PM ET
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Watch storms develop across the Plains on our local and regional radar images!

Keep up-to-date on the severe thunderstorm outbreak unfolding across the Plains, Midwest and South by tracking local radars.

On Monday, there was a total of 16 tornado reports in the United States. A large, devastating tornado struck Moore, Okla., leveling homes, schools and businesses.

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Below are the regional radar images from the Central states with more localized radar below that. Follow the latest watches and warnings by clicking over to the AccuWeather.com Severe Weather Center.

North Central Regional Radar:

South Central Regional Radar:

Nashville, Tenn., Radar:

Memphis, Tenn., Radar:

Little Rock, Ark., Radar:

Oklahoma City, Okla,. Radar:

Dallas, Texas, Radar:

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