Tornado Threat: 43 Million in Path of Severe Weather as System Moves North


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The tornado threat isn’t over.
Hours after a tornado ravaged a city in Texas and killed three people, an estimated 43 million Americans are in the path of possible severe weather on Monday, including a slight risk of twisters in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.
A swath of the country from the…

The tornado threat isn’t over.

Hours after a tornado ravaged a city in Texas and killed three people, an estimated 43 million Americans are in the path of possible severe weather on Monday, including a slight risk of twisters in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.

A swath of the country from the Gulf Coast of Texas to the Great Lakes faces the risk of severe thunderstorms, including large hail and damaging winds. Detroit and Columbus, Ohio, are among the cities at risk for tornadoes.

At least 10 people were unaccounted for early Monday in Van, Texas, where an overnight tornado reduced homes to splinters and damaged schools.

Emergency responders searched through wreckage in parts of Texas and Arkansas early Monday after a line of tornadoes battered several small communities, killing at least two people and injuring dozens of others.

The damage ranged “from completely destroyed homes, damaged homes, to trees and power lines down,” Allen said in an email to The Associated Press.

Authorities were going door to door in the city of 2,600 about 70 miles southeast of Dallas, searching for injured people.

Utility companies were working to restore damaged infrastructure, and road and bridge crews sought to reopen streets and highways to provide access to first responders, he said.

The American Red Cross planned to open a shelter at First Baptist Church in Van, Allen said. Calls to the church rang unanswered early Monday.

The Van Independent School District said on its website that schools would be closed Monday.

The National Weather Service believes at least one tornado hit Van on Sunday night, senior meteorologist Eric Martello said. Weather service crews were surveying the area Monday.

Floods resulting from the same storm system that rolled across North Texas caused a huge sinkhole to open up in Granbury, some 40 miles southwest of Fort Worth. The 40-foot-wide sinkhole swallowed the parking lot of a supermarket and damaged water and sewer lines beneath, WFAA-TV reported.

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