Midwest Tornadoes News
18 Deadly Burning Wildfires Across Seven States Still Going Strong
The number of buildings demolished, homes lost and people trapped is growing and predicted to only get worse.
At Least 6 Tornado Touchdowns Confirmed in Northern Illinois
Illinois officials and residents have begun assessing damage after eight tornadoes damaged rural communities in the northern part of the state amid powerful storms that swept across the Upper Midwest
The Latest: 8 Tornadoes Hit Northern Illinois
The National Weather Service says it's determined at least eight tornadoes hit Illinois amid powerful storms that swept across the Upper Midwest
Tornadoes , Strong Winds Slam the Midwest
Tornadoes in Illinois trapped people in their homes while wind gusts up to 100 mph swept across Indiana.
The Latest: Tornado Watch Issued Overnight for Indiana
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for much of Indiana until 5 a.m. EDT as severe weather moves through the Midwest
Multiple Tornadoes in Illinois; Homes, Gas Station Damaged
Powerful storms packing multiple tornadoes swept through parts of the Midwest Wednesday night, damaging homes and a gas station in central Illinois and sending tens of thousands of soccer fans seeking shelter during the Copa America semifinal in Chicago
Tornadoes , Hail Possible as Storms Move Through Midwest
Powerful storms could bring hurricane-force winds, tornadoes and golf ball-sized hail to parts of the Midwest on Wednesday, including the Chicago area
Intense Wind, Rain and Hail Storms Slam East Coast
Wind gusts reaching 80 mph overnight in New Jersey lifted roofs off houses while extreme rain flooded a Washington, D.C., metro station.
Severe Storms and Tornadoes Hit the Midwest
At least 12 tornadoes have hit states from Oklahoma to Minnesota over the past 24 hours.
Tornadoes Wreak Havoc in Texas
Rene Charles presented the icon ache ward. But we'll begin with those twist NERs the south. Millions in the threat zone today. Bracing for tornadoes and damaging winds. Rob here with the latest. Reporter: Good morning, George. What a weekend, over 200 reports of severe weather in the last 24 hours.