More Tornadoes are Predicted to Hit More Towns

Extensive storms are feared to once again unleash raging thunder and tornadoes on towns that were already hit by tornadoes last week.

Forecasters said that this week’s weather is threatening to dump snow as high as 12 inches on Wisconsin. Severe thunderstorms are also on their way said Accuweather meteorologists. Moreover, they said that hail storms (with hail as huge as a ping pong ball) are expected to hit St. Louis any time this week.

Powerful storms with lightning with gusting winds may unfold from central Plains, down to mid-Mississippi Valley, later today and until tomorrow morning. The same storm may push from the east to valleys in Tennessee and Ohio.

Accuweather forecasters said that we may be looking at a triple threat of disastrous tornadoes, winds, and large hails. Many towns are still recovering from last week’s natural calamity and while they try to rebuild what they have lost, tornadoes may go their way once again.

Bill Deger, a meteorologist from Accuweather, said that the tornadoes may even hit the exact same places they landed on last week. An average of 45 people was killed by the storm last week in the southern region of the United States. This is the highest storm-related death toll in the past three years.

People living on the areas hit by the tornadoes are advised to stay up to date with weather reports. Right now, we can only hope for the best.

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