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Tornado Damage Across Nebraska and Iowa, More Possible Today

Yesterday (Friday, April 26, 2024), tornadoes ripped across Nebraska and Iowa, in some cases flattening entire neighborhoods. Injuries have been reported, but there are no official numbers yet.

Severe weather is still a factor this weekend for parts of the Midwest and across the Great Plains states. The National Weather Service (NWS) says:

“A very active weekend in store for parts of the Central U.S [. . .] Excessive Rainfall and Severe Weather concerns from Southern Plains to Mississippi Valley [. . .] Critical Fire Weather Risk over portions of the Southern High Plains”

The NWS advised that “clean-up efforts should be placed on hold for Saturday in both states and residents should take shelter before the storms begins [sic].”

The Guardian obtained drone footage of some of the damage from yesterday’s tornadoes in Nebraska, which you can see here:

And here is some footage from meteorologist Brett Adair of tornado damage in Minden, Iowa:

UPDATE 4/28/24: At least four dead from Oklahoma tornadoes on Saturday night.

UPDATE 4/30/24: 100+ tornadoes touched down across multiple states during the April 2024 tornado outbreak, which killed at least five people.

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