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US Severe weather kills 2 in Carolinas, tornado threat possible in Midwest Saturday

14:35  23 may  2020
14:35  23 may  2020 Source:   abcnews.go.com

BREAKING: One killed, several injured after possible tornado in Louisiana

  BREAKING: One killed, several injured after possible tornado in Louisiana One fatality and multiple injuries have been confirmed following a possible tornado reported to have touched down near Church Point, Louisiana on Sunday night. Tornado Warning including Carencro LA, Church Point LA, Ossun LA until 9:15 PM CDT pic.twitter.com/rupLx0GCa1 — NWS Lake Charles (@NWSLakeCharles) May 18, 2020 According to a report from the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center (SPC), one person was killed in Louisiana'sTornado Warning including Carencro LA, Church Point LA, Ossun LA until 9:15 PM CDT pic.twitter.

The Midwest is being threatened with severe weather conditions that include hail storms and tornadoes .

The biggest tornado threat will be just north of Dallas to just east of Oklahoma City.ABC News. The storm system that brought all the flooding and even a few tornadoes to the Midwest and the Carolinas is now slowly moving through the Mid -Atlantic Friday morning, spreading rain, heavy at times through

Severe storms moved across the southern Plains to the Southeast on Friday, leaving a variety of storm damage in their wake, including two deaths in the Carolinas. The storms produced four tornadoes and two wind-related fatalities due to downed trees and power poles in North Carolina and South Carolina.

a statue of a man standing in front of a building: A statue of Pittsburgh Pirates' Bill Mazeroski commemorating his walkoff home run in Game 7 of the World Series in 1960, stands near PNC Park's right-field entrance on a foggy and rainy Friday, May 22, 2020, in Pittsburgh. © Darrell Sapp/AP A statue of Pittsburgh Pirates' Bill Mazeroski commemorating his walkoff home run in Game 7 of the World Series in 1960, stands near PNC Park's right-field entrance on a foggy and rainy Friday, May 22, 2020, in Pittsburgh.

The threat for severe weather continues over Memorial Day weekend as thunderstorms are making their way across Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas Saturday morning.

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Two people died and two more are missing after powerful storms hit the Plains and Midwest . (MORE: Serious Threat Ahead for the Weekend in the Midwest , Plains). Officials in De Witt Some of the most severe flooding Saturday night was seen in the town of West Plains, located in far southern

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This first round of storms is expected to fizzle out by the early afternoon as a low-pressure system continues to move to the east.

a close up of a map: The threat for severe weather continues over Memorial Day weekend as thunderstorms are making their way across Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas Saturday morning. © ABC News The threat for severe weather continues over Memorial Day weekend as thunderstorms are making their way across Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas Saturday morning.

Storms begin to fire across Illinois, Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska and the Dakotas by Saturday evening. Some storms could be severe.

The main threats in the severe risk areas include damaging winds and hail. There is, however, a tornado risk in the Midwest Saturday night.

a map of the grass: The main threats in the severe risk areas include damaging winds and hail. There is, however, a tornado risk in the Midwest Saturday night. © ABC News The main threats in the severe risk areas include damaging winds and hail. There is, however, a tornado risk in the Midwest Saturday night.

More storms are in the forecast for the Northeast Saturday, but the region should clear up in time for Memorial Day.

Plane crash kills a student pilot and injures two others

  Plane crash kills a student pilot and injures two others A student pilot was killed and two others injured in a small plane crash at an intersection in Miramar, Florida. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); "All of a sudden, something just caught my eye. I looked up and the plane was just definitely way too low," witness Alan Birmaher told CNN affiliate WPLG. The crash took place Tuesday morning when a Piper PA-34 clipped power lines, authorities said.

Tornadoes possible as far south as northern FL. This storm system produced a lot of damage across MS yesterday afternoon and evening. Dixie Alley is going to be extremely active the rest of this winter into early spring.

A tornado threat is possible Friday in the Northeast as many areas are reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic. South of the fire, a tropical system trying to form could possibly be the first named storm of the 2020 hurricane season. By Friday night or Saturday morning, there could be a sub-tropical or

Showers will taper off throughout the afternoon hours Saturday for the mid-Atlantic states as the system moves into the Northeast. The damp weather exits the Northeast Saturday evening.

a screenshot of a video game: Showers will taper off throughout the afternoon hours Saturday for the mid-Atlantic states as the system moves into the Northeast. The damp weather exits the Northeast Saturday evening. © ABC News Showers will taper off throughout the afternoon hours Saturday for the mid-Atlantic states as the system moves into the Northeast. The damp weather exits the Northeast Saturday evening.

It will be in the 60s and 70s from Boston to Philadelphia Saturday. Temperatures will be in the 80s south of Washington, D.C.

Memorial Day is looking dry on both coasts, with the exception of Florida. The middle of the country is looking at shower & thunderstorm chances for Monday.

a close up of a sign: Memorial Day is looking dry on both coasts, with the exception of Florida. The middle of the country is looking at shower & thunderstorm chances for Monday. © ABC News Memorial Day is looking dry on both coasts, with the exception of Florida. The middle of the country is looking at shower & thunderstorm chances for Monday.

There is also a red flag warning in effect from Saturday afternoon to Saturday night as relative humidity will be very low. Winds are expected to gust to 35 mph at times. This could perpetuate any new or existing fires.

Along the West Coast, excessive heat alerts for central and northern California are effective Tuesday through Thursday. Alerts in southern California into Nevada and Arizona are effective Wednesday through Friday.

Temperatures will be in the triple digits to kick off the week in many places with heat index values even higher. The risk for heat-related illness is high, especially with outdoor activities encouraged amid social-distancing regulations.

What's open in the Carolinas, Georgia? .
As businesses in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia begin to reopen we want to keep you updated on what is open that had previously closed due to coronavirus concerns. This list will be updated as things change. Sign up for our Newsletters (Click on the blue links to find out more specific information about the openings) South Carolina: The following business in South Carolina will be allowed to reopen, Friday, May 22: AttractionThis list will be updated as things change.

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