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Storm warning as forecasters say tornadoes could be ‘one of the most destabilizing events to date in 2022’ with 2 million people at risk

MILLIONS of Americans across the South are being warned to stay alert as meteorologists predict severe weather and tornadoes.

Forecasters say this week’s extreme weather could be one of the most unsettling so far in 2022.

Dallas, Waco, Tyler and Houston, Texas, are forecast to be in the extreme weather risk group

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Dallas, Waco, Tyler and Houston, Texas, are forecast to be in the extreme weather risk groupCredit: Accuweather
Experts have warned of widespread flooding, heavy hail, the risk of tornadoes, high winds and power outages

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Experts have warned of widespread flooding, heavy hail, the risk of tornadoes, high winds and power outagesCredit: Accuweather

The first days of spring could see a major storm that will cover nearly the entire country, bringing with it thunderstorms capable of causing widespread damage, the risk of tornadoes, flash floods and even even blizzard conditions, as reported by AccuWeather.

Experts have warned of widespread flooding, heavy hail, the risk of tornadoes, high winds and power outages.

The National Weather Service’s Hurricane Center (SPC) placed two million people at “moderate risk” for severe weather on Tuesday.

Residents from Oklahoma and Texas to Mississippi and Alabama are being urged to remain vigilant and make sure they have a well-identified shelter in the event of a tornado warning or damaging headwind event.

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Dallas, Waco, Tyler and Houston, Texas, are forecast to be in the extreme weather risk group.

In Louisiana, cities at risk include Shreveport and Alexandria.

The storm will move from the Rockies and Plains to the Atlantic coast throughout this week and could cause shipping and airline delays.

“This is an unsettled weather pattern and we’ve seen these types of storm systems before that produce severe weather and floods that cause damage, danger, and damage,” said AccuWeather chief meteorologist Jonathan Porter. have a strong impact”.

The main threat is expected to shift from Texas to Mississippi and Alabama during Tuesday and Tuesday evening.

This is when experts say the risk of a tornado is greatest.

People in the path of the storm are encouraged to charge their cell phones and turn up the volume at bedtime in the event of an emergency or emergency alert.

Americans are also asked to remain vigilant about possible flooding.

“While the threat of severe weather will receive more attention, I would like to emphasize that the greatest impact from this storm is likely to come from the risk of flooding because of repeated heavy rains. can happen on the same area, increasing the risk of flooding,” added Porter.

“Additionally, parts of the Ohio and Tennessee valleys have seen heavy rainfall in recent weeks and are dealing with river levels that are now falling due to previous flooding problems.”

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The severe weather warning was issued after a tornado hit Ocala, Florida, causing an estimated $15 million in damage.

Severe storms, including an EF-1 tornado with winds of up to 110 mph, made landfall in central Florida last weekend.

Severe weather warnings are in place after a tornado hit Ocala, Florida, leaving an estimated $15 million in damage.

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Severe weather warnings are in place after a tornado hit Ocala, Florida, leaving an estimated $15 million in damage.Source: Ocala Police Department

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