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Deadly Storms Forecast to Cross 1,000 Miles of the US

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Deadly Storms Forecast to Cross 1,000 Miles of the US

Deadly Storms Forecast to Cross 1,000 Miles of the US

Deadly Storms , Forecast to Cross , 1,000 Miles of the US.

'Newsweek' reports meteorologists have warned that a life-threatening storm could impact millions of people across the central United States this week.

On April 23, AccuWeather issued a warning regarding , "one of the most widespread severe weather events so far in 2024.".

According to AccuWeather, the incoming storm , "will unleash tornadoes, hard-hitting hail and damaging winds across a dozen states.".

On April 25, the first storm of the system is set to arrive, closely followed by subsequent storms expected to last throughout the weekend.

AccuWeather warned the storms are expected to pose a , "significant risk to lives and property.".

All modes of severe weather are likely with the multiple-day event in the central U.S, Bernie Rayno, AccuWeather Chief On-Air Meteorologist, via 'Newsweek'.

Two storms, off the Pacific coast on Tuesday, will swing across the West and cause moisture to surge northward from the Gulf of Mexico while, at the same time, temperatures surge, Bernie Rayno, AccuWeather Chief On-Air Meteorologist, via 'Newsweek'.

'Newsweek' reports that the states at greatest risk are:, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas.

According to AccuWeather, the storm is expected to cross an estimated 1,000 miles on April 26, passing into central Texas all the way from southern Minnesota.

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In addition to dangerous storm conditions, the National Weather Service has warned that critical fire weather conditions, "will also be present across parts of the Southwest into the southern High Plains."


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