Sunday, May 25, 2008

Another Tornado Attack, No Peace on Memorial Day

Severe thunderstorms, capable of producing tornadoes, are rolling across the Plains as another wave of severe weather is on top of the battered region. Meanwhile, Memorial Day will be stormy for many across the nation.

Severe thunderstorms have ignited this evening across many locations of the Plains, and this dangerous thunderstorm activity can continue through Sunday night. These storms are developing ahead of a potent cold front with a history of producing deadly storms in the central Plains.

Even more storms erupted on Saturday in parts of the Dakotas and Oklahoma. The tornadoes in Oklahoma are responsible for destroying three barns, and are considered the largest outbreak in Oklahoma of the year in terms of tornadoes on a single day.