Tornado Threat Weakens, More Thunderstorms & Hail Hit Midwest

Forecasters said the system is slowly weakening and that no more tornadoes are expected in the short term

Parts of the Midwest and the South were hit Wednesday by another spring storm after tornadoes were blamed for killing at least two people earlier this week, NBC News reported.

Large hail was seen in the St. Louis area, where severe storms are expected throughout the evening, according to the National Weather Service’s St. Louis office.

Tornadoes were responsible for killing two people Monday in Oklahoma and injuring at least ten people Tuesday in western Kentucky.

Forecasters said the system is slowly weakening and that no more tornadoes are expected in the short term. More severe storms are expected from north-central Texas and Oklahoma into the Mississippi Valley through Thursday, with high winds, large hail and flash floods.

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