The second serious outbreak of weather in at least a week will jeopardize the tornado and is ready to strike in the south of the United States, parts of the Midwest and Northeast from last Wednesday until Saturday.  AccuWeather estimates that 118 million people are in danger of the upcoming severe weather outbreak. Storms will face travel, outdoor plans and religious services as Easter holidays approach.
"Some of the same communities destroyed by severe weather at the South's weekend are in danger again," according to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski.
While the number of tornadoes made by this setup could be less than more than three dozen twisters made this past week, all it takes is for a tornado to strike in a place populated to threaten lives and causes great damage to property. Nine people died, in storms, including three children.
Robert Scott saw a family Bible he pulled the rubble on Sunday, April 14, 2019, from his Seely Drive home outside of Hamilton, Miss., after a bright tornado touched on Saturday night. (AP Photo / Jim Lytle)
There is a possibility for a tornado threat to improve after dark every night until Friday night. Night events with strong winds and tornadoes are especially dangerous because there is danger that people can sleep with warnings or others can not hear the dangerous storms coming.
This severe weather threat, like the one that spans last Friday through Monday with the full spectrum of potentially harmful and dangerous wonders from strong gusts of wind to big hail, flash flooding, often lightning and tornadoes.
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" The first flash of outbreak can begin with large lobster and flash flooding in southern parts of Kansas , northern Oklahoma and northwestern Texas on Wednesday afternoon, "according to AccuWeather Lead Storm Warner meteorologist Eddie Walker.
" However, big, dangerous storms can be observed late in the day Wednesday in central Texas. "
Dallas metro area will be the biggest risk for severe weather and major travel delays from last Wednesday afternoon until Wednesday night.
Wednesday night can bring a lot of violent storms including the threat of tornadoes in a swath from Arkansas, north to northeast and central Texas to the northwest of Louisiana.
A of storms capable of making big ice is likely to build Wednesday night further north of Missouri and southern Iowa.
Severe weather to push slow east Thursday
On Thursday, the risk of severe storms and the potential for some tornadoes will extend from southern Illinois to south-west of Indiana near the shores of Louisiana and Mississippi.
On Thursday night, this danger is gradually stretching east and is likely to extend from southeastern Indiana to panhandles of Alabama and Florida. While the tornado's risk is a little less compared to Wednesday evening, there is still some danger of a violent storm after this dark.
Storms with flash flood hazards and strong wind gusts can reach the Atlanta metro area late Thursday night until Friday morning.
Serious danger of time to reach Atlantic coast Friday
The storm that makes bad weather is likely to gain some strength and get a breeze in moisture as it is near the Atlantic Ocean on Friday and Friday night.
"Friday has the potential to bring a higher risk of bad weather, including storms with tornadoes and large hailings in Carolinas areas," Walker says.
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The risk of severe storms is likely to extend far north to Virginia, Maryland and Delaware , and south south of Georgia and the Peninsula of Florida from last Friday to Friday night.
Although the storms in parts of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New Jersey and the state of New York are likely to be heavy and may be severely serious.
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Major cities of Washington, DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York City, can reach heavy rains to cause flood-related travel delays and perhaps strong wind gusts enough to cause of property damage.
Difficult storms on Saturday
While the greatest threat to severe storms is likely to diminish on Saturday afternoon in New England, still gusty storms may still break
The heavy rain and flash floods are the main threats to the time the storm cross Hudson River and advance to New England on the coast of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine.
Some of the storms may still be strong enough to make frequent lightning strikes on Saturday.
People are urged to take serious time-threatening threats and have a plan of action in place before the typhoon hit.
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In addition to severe storms and tornadoes, the same storm system will aggravate existing flooding and may bring new floods into parts of the Central states.
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