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As strong storms move eastward, the Midwest is seeing tornadoes and heavy hail

Tornadoes and hailstorms were produced for the 2nd time in 4 days by a major weather outburst, and the danger lasted until Wednesday morning.

The regions that were recently affected by a horrific multi-state tornado outburst last Friday are among those that are currently under the threat of strong thunderstorms and tornadoes.

The massive storm responsible for some of the northern Plains and Upper Midwest’s early-April snowfall was also responsible for the extreme weather on Tuesday.

On Tuesday night in the remote areas of Lacona and Milo, Iowa, storm catchers captured video of a thin, rope-like tornado moving past them.

The supercell was around 30 miles northeast of Des Moines, Iowa, and was traveling at a speed of 55 mph in that direction.

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