According to the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center, 60 million people are under tornadoes‘ threat now in both Houston and Iowa. This tornado is a Earliest in Texas, 60 year-old woman died because of a group of trees that fell in her home due to powerful winds during the storm, according to a source from KHOU.
Also, the EF1 tornado touched down two miles north of Seneca early Wednesday morning with estimated winds of nearly 90 miles per hour. However, Police Chief Carl Hudman informed to Fox News that four people were injured when they were inside their cars that were caught up by the storms in Northern Texas.
As of now, Oklahoma has confirmed at least 12 people injured from the natural events on Wednesday. Now, this dangerous weather is along from the Midwest to the Gulf Coast and east to Virginia. And according to time predictions this tornado will pass through Wichita, Kansas, southern Indiana and will back to Oklahoma and Texas on Thursday and Friday. Then will pass through Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas on Saturday with no major damage.
27 tornadoes reported in Iowa alone. @caseyweather from our Houston affiliate KTRK has been tracking the storms overnight.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) April 10, 2011
Recommendations from American Red Cross and U.S. authorities
According to the American Red Cross, tornadoes are violent by nature and they are capable of completely destroying well-made structures, uprooting trees and hurling objects through the air. Is a violently rotating column of air extending from the base of a thunderstorm down to the ground. Tornado intensities are classified on the Fujita Scale with ratings between F0 (weakest) to F5 (strongest).
— Tim Heller (@HellerWeather) April 27, 2016
Authorities recommend people to guard themselves safe in their houses and do not send their children to school. Also, people should stay informed and ready to act if a severe thunderstorm warning is issued. OnWednesday, the events marked five years since a tornado destroyed some cities and killed more than 300 people in the South, specially in Alabama. This disaster was the worst in many years in the United States and a lot of people homeless. After their reconstruction, people hope to be safe at this opportunity.
Source: Fox News