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Floods kill more people in the U.S. every year than tornadoes, earthquakes, and wildfires combined.
Texas and Louisisana, already inundated with rain, are among the Southern states bracing for even more downpours and flooding.
No government agency is charged with tracking lighting-related fatalities in the country, but the Associated Press reported that more than 64 people had been killed.
Emergency crews in Denton found a body after a man and woman were reportedly swept away in a storm canal system Saturday.
Sometime overnight Tuesday, without any fanfare, the National Weather Service began publishing normal sentences like the one you're reading now.
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Today, storm chasers are able to bring viewers up-close tornado images in part because of live streaming.
A spring storm system brought lightning, hail and flooding to parts of the Midwest late Wednesday evening.
The weather system that has bedeviled the Plains and the Midwest is weakening, but more storms are forecast from Texas to the mid-Mississippi Valley.
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Listen as realtor Angela Brant describes the scene where so much hail piled up during the night in Omaha, Nebraska, that it took a bulldozer to remove
This video of a drone flying through Seattle's unfinished Alaskan Way Viaduct, gives a unique view of the project, which isn't officially sl
More states are on high alert for severe weather Wednesday after another round of powerful tornadoes caused significant damage in Mayfield, Kentucky.
The tornado was one of several that hit western Kentucky Tuesday.
Kentucky State Police told NBC News that 10 people sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
Nick Brown used his drone to capture video of the damage left behind from an F-3 tornado that touched down in Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
Watch as two motorcyclists are forced to hunker down after getting caught in a severe dust storm in St. Charles, Missouri.
Towering funnel cloud crumbled power poles in its path as it swept through Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
Storm chasers captured a powerful tornado as it moved through Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
Tornadoes with wind speeds above 100 mph were expected from eastern Oklahoma to central Arkansas into the evening.