Severe weather in South could mean more tornadoes

Many areas still reeling from tornado strikes brace for more strong storms.
0:46 | 03/12/19

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Turning out to the weather a new storm is heading for the middle of the country and it could bring blizzard conditions. Let's check your Tuesday forecast. The western storm is now moving into the Rockies in the desert southwest with heavy snow in the mountains and rain in the valleys. Expect heavy rain tonight from Kansas City to allow hot and potential flooding in the upper plains and Great Lakes. Warmer temperatures are relief for people in North Dakota word this girl was surprised to open the door and finding nothing but snow. Meanwhile in the south a personal check from a failing in Alabama turned up in Macon Georgia. They believe it was carried a hundred miles during last week's tornado outbreak.

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