Southern and Midwest States of the USA are currently on high alert as deadly storms threaten millions of people through the so-called “tornado alley”.
About 3 million people in the South and Midwest are under a moderate threat for severe weather Monday (Tue NZT), CNN meteorologist Indra Petersons said. About 24 million are at slight risk of severe storms, she said.
Sunday’s storms struck Iowa and Oklahoma before hitting Arkansas, where 14 people died.
Watch footage from KMBC’s News Chopper 9 when a tornado touched down in Linn County, Kansas.