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MORE Tornadoes and Thunderstorms Headed for Great Plains US, After Extreme Weather Drowns Oklahoma Woman in her Storm Shelter and Flood Nebraska

  • Extreme weather hit Tornado Alley earlier this week - and more thunderstorms are predicted for Friday
  • Forecasters say tornadoes could strike then as well - with greater likelihood they will come over the weekend
  • Follows pummeling from strong winds and rains in Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma, where a woman died
  • The Great Plains are due even more extreme weather after they were battered by flooding and tornadoes in the past days.
Daily Mail UK, 8 May 2015

Forecasters have predicted that strong thunderstorms will hit Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas today, with tornadoes a possibility for the weekend.

Winds of up to 70mph and great lumps of hail more than 2 inches wide will fall on an area stretching from southern Kansas into Texas, with Grand Island, Wichita, Oklahoma City and Dallas all due to be hit.
It follows powerful storms around the Oklahoma City area earlier this week, where a woman died after water flooded into her home's storm shelter and drowned her.

Twelve people were confirmed to be injured in the powerful storms, which also brought severe flooding to parts of Nebraska. Communities were left picking up the pieces, with homes, hotels and storage units virtually wiped out in the vortex.

The weather system battered a region from Texas to Nebraska and spawned dozens of reported tornadoes on Wednesday.

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Nebrasks was hit by a deluge of flood water on Thursday - pictured is Brandon Houts of De Witt walking through thigh-high waters

Sharon Odom looks over what is left of her RV at the Roadrunner RV Park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, after a devastating tornado swept through the area, killing one person and injuring 12

Forecasters predicted more storms in the Great Plains in the map above, dated Friday, after the area was hit by strong weather this week

More serious: Forecasters said tornadoes were more likely on Saturday, and even in their absence huge hailstones and thunderstorms would strike

Jeff Stark holds his hands up to his head as he as looks over his devastate home in Bridge Creek, Oklahoma

One man puts his arm across his face as he searches through a storage unit on the outskirts of Oklahoma City

The remains of a hotel in Oklahoma City following the devastating vortex. Authorities are assessing the damage from spring storms that spawned more than a dozen suspected tornadoes in the southern Plains

Heavy rain hit Nebraska, leaving cars submerged and stranded in the middle of the road in Lincoln

Workers from a nearby warehouse wade knee deep in high water in Lincoln, Nebraska

Heavenly Mountains in South Lake Tahoe, California, are dusted with snow as unseasonably wintry showers hit the region

Much of the Great Plains are still recovering from previous extremes, after large hail hammered parts of Colorado Springs Thursday afternoon, causing roads and highways to shut. Colorado Springs was put on accident alert after floods left parts of the city treacherous.

Authorities were on alert in Nebraska following widespread flooding. According to the Lincoln Journal Star, police and firefighters were forced to respond to about 90 incidents - primarily motorists needing help after their vehicles got stuck.

A spring storm is moving across the Sierra Nevada, with nearly a foot of snow expected on the mountain tops, and flurries and rain showers in the valleys into Friday morning.

The National Weather Service reported more than 3 inches of snow early Thursday on Lake Tahoe’s western shore at Homewood, California.
Chains or snow tires are required over the Mount Rose Highway connecting Reno to Lake Tahoe’s north shore. A winter weather advisory remains in effect through 11am Friday in California’s Mono County south of the lake.

The weather service says the heaviest snow is expected Thursday afternoon, with some bands producing as much as two inches of snow an hour in the areas south of U.S. Highway 50. Travelers should be prepared for snow- or ice-covered roads.

Parts of Lake Tahoe including the Sierra Nevada were covered in snow on Thursday during a spell of bizarre weather

A man watches as an overturned recreational vehicle is pulled upright in Oklahoma City after it was blown over

A man holds his son closely in Bridge Creek, Oklahoma, as residents scoured through the devastation in the tornado's aftermath. Kathy Prosser hugs her daughter Katie Longest in front of Katie's home

Bobby Chapman, eight, rides around with a branch in his tornado damaged neighborhood in Oklahoma City

A man walks through a hotel surrounded by debris from the torn up roof following the devastating vortex

Jim Bresee (left), his daughter, Sandra Silvy (center), and his wife, Carol Bresee (right,) load a trailer with items they are salvaging from what is left of the Bresee's storage unit

Vehicles drive through the deep hail and water along North Academy Boulevard after a hail storm in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Katie Longest photographs pink insulation that has been sprayed around her bedroom. The roof was blown off by Wednesday's storm and torrential rains caused the sheet rock and insulation to fall

Denise Stark walks past demolished buildings by her home after a tornado ripped through Bridge Creek, Oklahoma

Fantasy Gentner lends a hand removing debris from a friend's home in Bridge Creek, Oklahoma

Carol Bresee carries items to her vehicle from her ruined storage facility in Oklahoma City

People clear debris from American Self Storage in Oklahoma City. Weather forecasters have said tornadoes are unlikely in the coming days, but have warned of thunderstorms

People climb on top of an overturned trailer while surveying storm damage in a RV park in southern Oklahoma City

Workers remove debris at a business on Thursday in Bridge Creek, Oklahoma. A car on a jack remains intact but the building is gone after Wednesday's storm

The damaged interior of the newly opened Barbers Market is seen in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Manya Hunt, seven, stands outside of her grandparents' house that suffered from tornado damage in Oklahoma City

One Dead in Oklahoma and More Storms Predicted

Huge Rain-Wrapped Tornado Touches Down in Oklahoma

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