Forecasters cautioned millions of people in Middle America to keep an eye to the sky Wednesday.
Lightning-packing storms pummeled the St. Louis region Tuesday with inches of rainfall and two-inch hail.
FEMA wants you to be prepared for severe weather.
For businesses like Abe’s Lawn and Tree Service and Windshield Shop, business is booming.
Drought conditions are expanding across a large section of the U.S., from California to the Great Plains.
Ken Evans with the City of Wichita says preliminary damage to infrastructure is estimated at $300,000.
The National Weather Service in Norman says severe storms and a threat of tornados are possible across portions of the central U.S.
Kentucky was swamped by wave after wave of heavy rain, unleashing flash flooding that killed a woman swept into a creek.
The city has made it possible for residents to drop off storm debris at Brooks Construction and Demolition Landfill for free.
One EMS post has heavily damaged after its roof was ripped off. Two paramedics were injured. One spoke to KSN.
Digging out and cleaning up, residents just grateful nobody was hurt from powerful storm.
Icy roads caused several bad wrecks that shut down highways during the morning commute in Colorado.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said more than 160 water rescues had been made.
Newton Public Library suffered major structural damage, with a large portion of its roof blown off.
Officials said no one was seriously injured when 89 mph wind moved through the city.