|These two people being interviewed by a reporter|
from television station WPSD in Paducah, Kentucky
is wonderful. Video of this post-tornado interiew is
lower down in this post.
The most violent of Tuesday's tornadoes was around Mayfield, Kentucky, where about 10 people were injured and numerous buildings were damaged.
NOAA's Storm Prediction Center received 21 tornado reports Tuesday, on top of the 29 reported Monday.
Today, a zone from northern Texas up to Iowa is under the gun for severe weather. The highest risk for bad storms is in northern Texas into Oklahoma. Although there might be a few more tornadoes, the biggest threat is from giant hail and strong winds.
After today, the threat for severe weather, especially in the central and southern parts of the country, will diminish, but not go away entirely.
Below are some more great storm videos from the past couple of days. The post-tornado news interview from Mayfield, Kentucky in this package of videos is a must-watch.
Here's a tornado spinning through Mayfield, Kentucky and causing damage
Going back to Monday's tornadoes, the ever reliable storm chaser Pecos Hank caught this violent tornado in Wynnewood, Oklahoma:
Finally, I'm not trying to make fun of people, but I love this news interview in the aftermath of the Mayfield, Kentucky tornado. The woman is obviously and understandably relieved that she's OK: